VENICE, CA, July 23, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- On July 29, The G2 Gallery will open Nature LA: Louie Schwartzberg, a multimedia exhibition from award-winning director and photographer Louie Schwartzberg that will feature 3D ultra-HD time-lapse cinematography.
Nature LA: Louie Schwartzberg will feature stunning time-lapse short films from Schwartzberg's Moving Art, the world's first collection of 2D and 3D moving images created for digital screens. The slow-motion imagery of rolling fog, budding flowers and delicate wildlife will be displayed on 4K televisions, the highest quality HD screens available.
Schwartzberg has been a director and cinematographer for more than 35 years, adding his visual flourishes to such films as E.T. and The Bourne Ultimatum. He has directed award-winning, eco-conscious documentaries, including Wings of Life, narrated by Meryl Streep for Disneynature, and Mysteries of the Unseen World, released in 3D-IMAX by National Geographic. These spectacular films are a natural outgrowth of Schwartzberg's passion for preserving the environment.
"Beauty is nature's tool for survival - you protect what you love," says Schwartzberg. "If I can move enough people on an emotional level, we can achieve the shift in consciousness needed to sustain and celebrate life."
The opening reception for Nature LA: Louie Schwartzberg, along with Tom Lowe's Mojave Moonlight and Of Birds and Horses by Jennifer MaHarry, will be held on September 5 from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. Admission is $10 at the door and includes wine, hors d'oeuvres and complimentary valet in front of the gallery. All proceeds from admissions will be donated to Western National Parks Association. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The G2 Gallery is an award-winning nature and wildlife photography gallery that facilitates change by bringing attention to environmental issues through the power of photographic art. G2 shares this passion with both celebrated and emerging environmental photographers, who use the camera as a tool to inspire conservation.
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