Michael Nichols @ Anastasia Photo

Lions MM7947

Michael Nichols
September 25 – October 7th

Nearly a century ago, there were as many as two hundred thousand lions in Africa. Today, the most recent surveys estimate that there are fewer than thirty thousand wild lions. Over the course of two years in the Serengeti, Nichols and his colleagues documented the complex lives of lions, the “only feline that’s truly social, living in prides and coalitions, the size and dynamics of which are determined by an intricate balance of evolutionary costs and benefits.”¹ The culminating body of work is featured in this exhibition as well as the August 2013 issue of National Geographic.

Anastasia Photo
166 Orchard St.
New York, NY 10002

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