Photos to Remind You to Go Outside This WeekendBruno Bailey, VICE November 24, 2017
Photographer Lucas Foglia talks us through his new book, 'Human Nature'.
Lucas Foglia’s new book, Human Nature, explores the grey area between two narratives about the Earth he feels we have become overly focused upon: ecological disaster caused by humans and the discovery of a pristine ecology we must protect. In that grey area lies the crossover where humans affect nature and it affects us.
HUMAN NATUREStandaard DE October 28, 2017
So human beings: Nature is still known as a disaster or as an idyll.Lucas Foglia dived into the vacuum between the extremes.
Stunning shots capture how we interact with our natural worldAndy Coghlan, New Scientist September 13, 2017
SPOT the human. As part of a quest to explore our turbulent relationship with the natural world, photographer Lucas Foglia has captured the many different ways in which we interact with our environment.
In the top image, a woman is swimming in a pool beneath luxury flats festooned with plants in Singapore. Called Esme, she’s scarcely visible, and is hidden from the passing cars by lush greenery.
Human NatureSelf Publish Be Happy September 12, 2017
Exhibition by Lucas Folglia @ Michael Hoppen Gallery