Adamsky is proud to welcome photographer Klaus Thymann!
His visionary images can be seen in i-D, New York Times and other prestigious publications, and he has been featured on the BBC, CNN and British Journal of Photography.
Thymann’s most recent project is Project Pressure, documenting the world’s retreating glaciers from every relevant continent on the planet. It is ow set up as a not-for-profit organisation with official collaborations with the World Glacier Monitoring Service, NASA, UNESCO. Thymann’s devotion and passion for this project has encouraged him to embark on a degree in Environmental Studies at The Open University to further his knowledge in this field.
Through out his career he has undertaken pro bono assignments for charities and NGOs such asThe World Health Organization, UNICEF, Red Cross, London Cycling Campaign, The Homeless World Cup, Teenage Cancer Trust and more.
Thymann has exhibited in numerous solo exhibitions and group shows at places like Institute of Contemporary Art, London; Torrance Art Museum, USA and Paul Smith’s Space Gallery, Tokyo. Thymann’s artwork and projects have been supported by Danish Arts Council, Arts Council England and the Contemporary Art Society.
Long term projects evolve around mapping. For his Hybrids project he documented peculiar hybrid cultures around the planet, such as Snow Polo in St. Mortiz, Gay Rodeo in LA, Underwater Striptease in Chile, Underground Gardening in Tokyo.
Klaus Thymann is an internationally recognized photographer and filmmaker whose cutting edge work is equally comfortable in the most intimate environment to the largest scale commercial productions. He began shooting professionally in 1992 and in 1996 he won the Kodak Gold Awardas the youngest ever. Throughout his career he has created global campaigns for clients such as Levi’s, Lenovo and Nike, commissions resulting in D&AD, Cannes Lion, Clio and many other awards.