Crossover News: Artist ManagementWorldwide exclusive: Jimmy Nelson at Crossover

An artist with a unique art project, entitled »Before They Pass Away«, that is attracting attention around the world. Over the course of four years, he travelled through more than 40 countries with his historic plate camera, portraying the last remaining indigenous peoples. The resulting work is an extraordinary testament to their cultures. From the fascinating painted faces of the Huli Wigmen on Papua New Guinea, to the exoticism of#§#the Karo tribe in Ethiopia and the captivating scenes of the Himba people in Namibia. These are breathtaking photographs (simply click above), the likes of which you have never seen before.»Before They Pass Away« was produced as an impressive photo book of the same name in 2013. It was awarded the Goldener Deutscher Fotobuchpreis 2014 and has already sold 70.000 copies. In the second half of 2015, his works will go on a tour organised by Crossover of major museums around the world. Photographic works produced as limited editions from this project are available for purchase at Crossover.


Crossover News: Art for Industry ProjectZeiss Art Calendar - Perfect crossover between Art and Industry

This project, initiated in 2008, has proved itself to be a perfect crossover between art and commerce. The concept for the industrial client Zeiss met and even exceeded all of the conceptual and strategic objectives defined beforehand. This art project has since gained a worldwide audience and as such has also fulfilled all expectations of the client Zeiss. The entire project has been documented in a 12-minute film. Interested? Then simply click, play and enjoy.

Crossover News: Bryan Adams Museum tour worldwideSince 19th February 2015 Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec

Over the last two years, the museum exhibitions of works by Bryan Adams have been seen by more than 400.000 people in Moscow, Dallas, Hamburg Düsseldorf, Vienna, Mainz, Calgary, Lisbon and London. The photographs exhibited under the title "EXPOSED" have attracted highly positive reviews. Equally well received were the pictures of the photographer's "Wounded: The Legacy of War" project. It portrays young British soldiers who have suffered life-changing injury in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Crossover News: Zeiss Art Calendar 2015Opera with a twist

For the Zeiss Art Calendar 2015 entitled “OPERA WITH A TWIST”, the Hollywood photographer Douglas Kirkland brought together two of the world’s most famous opera stars on the same stage for the very first time: Cecilia Bartoli and Rolando Villazón. Douglas Kirkland portrays the#§# Italian mezzo-soprano and the Mexican tenor in images that invoke well-known opera scenes in unusual surroundings. You can view the motifs featured in the calendar here. Enjoy!

Crossover News: Zeiss Art Calendar 2015Film Making of

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