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Descripción: Preface to the Proceedings: 9th of the International Conference: New Perspectives in Tourism and Hospitality Management, 25-27 September 2014, Burhaniye, Turkey I am pleased to present the proceed...Preface to the Proceedings: 9th of the International Conference: New Perspectives in Tourism and Hospitality Management, 25-27 September 2014, Burhaniye, Turkey I am pleased to present the proceedings of the 9th of the International Conference: New Perspectives in Tourism and Hospitality Management.The dominance of water, in either frozen or liquid form, and the sun’s low angle makes for a limited colour spectrum; while the stripped down landscape imposes focus.Visually, clouds and ice are kindred spirits: heavy skies and low contrast extract the best of the blues, and ice will acquire an iridescence that is unique to polar photography.” Aside from exposing the austere and fragile beauty of the pristine nature of the Polar Regions, Sebastian Copeland’s photographs have also a pragmatic aim – to use the art of photography to raise awareness of climate change on the planet and to campaign for a sustainable future: “Helping people fall in love with their world is a catalyst to wanting to save it.” The melting of glaciers and thinning of the ice sheet in the Arctic and the Antarctic is happening faster than anywhere else on the Earth, and this is a clear sign of the changing climate.More than 200 artists will come to Białystok to participate at exhibitions and in workshops, lectures and meetings.More than 30 organisations and institutions are involved into the festival, and the festival events will take place in more than 23 venues: from galleries, through universities and coffee houses to streets. It will be answered by such artists as Martin Kollar, István Halas, Andriy Boyarov, Arnis Balčus, Maria Kapajeva, Jan Pohribný, Alexander Vasukovich and Bogdan Konopka (cd! The festival will also present numerous group exhibitions, including Zero-61” (curated by Lech Lechowicz), Central by East Central (curated by Adam Mazur) and post-competition presentation of the most talented emerging Polish photographers DEBUTS (edition 2017).Altogether there have been 68 papers included in the proceedings.
Thanks to them, the festival is enriched with INTERPHOTO Grand Prix and International Portfolio Review.In 2009, he repeated Robert Edwin Peary’s 700-kilometre-long journey (1909) on foot to the geographical North Pole, which is considered one of the most difficult routes in the world.In 2010, he spent 43 days crossing the Greenland ice sheet using skis and kites, travelling a distance of 2,300 kilometres.It depicts the ephemeral and austere beauty of Antarctica through stunning photographs of the largest remaining wilderness on Earth.” Copeland has travelled a total of almost 8,000 kilometres on his journeys to the coldest regions of the world.He took part in several Arctic expeditions in 2005, 20 and led a team of nine young people to the northernmost Canadian Arctic as Young Ambassadors of the Arctic.