HUDSON YARDS GALLERY Presents EJAZ KHAN  -  A Photographic Exhibition

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HUDSON YARDS GALLERY Presents EJAZ KHAN - A Photographic Exhibition

HUDSON YARDS GALLERY Presents Acclaimed Wildlife & Fine Art Photographer EJAZ KHAN. The Gallery Opening is April 20th at 5pm.

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447 W 36th St. 447 West 36th Street New York, NY 10018

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  • 5 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

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Ejaz Khan was born and raised in a film family in India. Ejaz left India for New York in his early twenties to pursue this passion of Fashion. Today, Ejaz is a wildlife and fashion photographer in New York. He loves to bring attention to subjects that require awareness through his filmmaking and has captivated audiences with his work. His film, “Legacy,” was nominated for Best Director at the Cannes Film Festival. Ejaz’s wildlife photography focuses on the beauty of animals and the environmental changes they face, especially photographing endangered wildlife and horses around the world. He borrows from the narrative techniques of film/fashion storytelling and transposes them onto his animal subjects. His keen eye for motion allows him to break apart the seemingly untamable patterns of animal movement and capture striking moments that encapsulate the energy and magic of their behavior in photography and filmmaking. His love and immense admiration for horses is the key subject in his feature length film “Before They Vanish.” Khan travels the globe to create stunning images. Even in the most treacherous weather, Khan’s determination to convey a sense of the conditions that these animals endure and survive is shown in his breathtaking work.

”Once we take responsibility for actions in our daily lives and stay mindful of the environment, we can slow the process of global warming. It’s my responsibility to bring forward the beauty of our world so that it inspires everyone to take action.”

Ejaz Khan

The opening will be April 20th from 5pm to 10:30pm. We'd love to see you and share with you Ejaz Khan's wonderful world with you.

- James Weber, Curator.

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