THE RAW HORSE PROJECT
The project is represented by galleries and dealers in Shanghai, Beijing, NY, Long Island, LA, Houston, Palm Beach, Santa Fe
Photography and concept: Sebastiano Vitale
For information: email@example.com
The Raw Horse is an hymn to the relationship between the horse and the human being.
In a world that is nervously searching a reason for its existence between hate, finance, war and a digital reproduction of life, the horse represents pure beauty, peace, freedom. The most valuable treasure of the third millennium.
The Raw Horse is a series of fine prints in limited edition and photographic objects and sculpture, for galleries and collectors.
The Raw Horse is
– Fine Prints in limited edition, (180×125, 80×53, 60×40)
– Photographic objects and installation
– coffee-table book in limited edition, 500 copies
– coffee-table book for distribution
– website and app with an emotional audiovisual experience
– DVD – backstage and photos
Benefit for patrons
Patrons and sponsors will be listed in all the material produced. They will receive a great and unusual visibility in the luxury network, relating their name/brand to poetry, travel, adventure, beauty, art at the same time.
Patrons and sponsor will get the first pieces of the limited edition prints, and the freedom to use the images created for them as campaign or exhibitions.
At a first stage the envisioned chapters and locations are:
Desert and arab culture, UAE Nomad culture, Mongolia The north, Iceland Ardeche, France
Camargue, France Petra, Jordan Ireland Nomads in Kyrgyzstan Wild Horses, Namibia Wild Horses, USA
Wien School, Austria Centro Internazionale del Cavallo, Italy Clubs, UK Escuela andaluza de arte ecuestre, Spain
Sumba Island, Indonesia Sartiglia e Sedilo, Sardegna, Italy Tabaski, Camerun San Bartolome de Pinares, Spain Wounded Knee Pilgrimage, USA
UAE, Polo and more Bozcachi, Kyrgyzstan Polo, Argentina Polo club, Santo Domingo Polo, Manipur, Pakistan Polo Jumping UK Charreada, Mexico
Vaqueros do Sertao, Brazil Gauchos, Argentina Farm, USA Nomads, Mongolia