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New Book Release!

September 29, 2020 1:34 am
ANTARCTICA: The Waking Giant (Rizzoli) by Sebastian Copeland
Foreword by Leonardo DiCaprio

A breathtaking glimpse of Antarctica.” – The Times of London.

NEW RELEASE: This fall, Rizzoli Books published Sebastian’s latest monogram. ANTARCTICA: Thee Waking Giant (2020) features never before seen photographs gathered during Sebastian’s Antarctica expeditions, both in the coastal and interior region of the least known continent on Earth. If the coast teems with life, both indigenous and migratory, the interior is a white desert where life has not existed for more than 30 million years.

Once you leave the coast, on the way to the interior, sheer mountain faces are progressively swallowed by the rising ice sheet. The last of the nunataks announce the end of the glacier and start of the plateau, extending for thousands of miles. With only ice and sky, the vistas are surprisingly diverse. While the plateau may seem like a monotonous blanket of white, “in the months that I spent there, I can honestly say that no two days have looked alike,” says Sebastian. “In this binary environment, which had never, until mine, seen a human footprint, it is the subtle variation of surface cover, or the way the sky paints the clouds or the wind shapes the ice that gives each day its own distinct identity.”

Thank you Leonardo DiCaprio for providing a beautifully worded foreword for this volume. Sebastian’s writing gives a detailed view of Antarctica’s historic to its scientific relevance, and its role in redefining global economies. The book, and all the expeditions it covers, is entirely carbon neutral thanks to Climate Partner©; while a portion of the profit will benefit the NGO Amazon Watch to protect the rainforest.

You can find ANTARCTICA: The Waking Giant anywhere fine books are sold, or visit here to find a retailer near you.

From his Antarctic expeditions, we discover Copeland’s magnificent visual diary of astonishing imagery of the least explored places in the world!” – GQ Magazine

A work of strident beauty illustrating humanity’s most urgent cause, climate change.” – Cocoeco Magazine

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For Sebastian’s Latest Activities, Also Check His Other Sites!

June 2, 2019 8:08 am

– STAY UPDATED TO SEBASTIAN’S ACTIVITIES –

Hello! If have landed on this site looking for Sebastian’s historical expedition activities, you are in the right place.

If, however, you are surprised by the date of the latest blog and are looking for more current information, you may want to visit one of these additional sites:

The Last Great March details Sebastian and Mark’s crossing of the Simpson desert in 2016 and failed attempt at the North Pole in 2017

Sebastian Copeland Fine Art details Sebastian’s photographic activities and currently features his major public exhibition in Paris on the gates of the Luxembourg building.

Thanks for your interest!


– RESTEZ INFORMÉ(E) DES ACTIVITÉS DE SEBASTIAN –

Bonjour!
Si vous visitez ce site en espérant trouver des informations sur les aventures de Sebastian, vous êtes à la bonne adresse!

Cependant, si vous êtes surpris(e) par la date des derniers blogs, et vous cherchez des informations plus récentes, vous pouvez visiter les sites suivants:

The Last Great March couvre la traversée du desert du Simpson en Australie en 2016 ainsi que la tentative frustrée pour le pôle nord sans support.

Sebastian Copeland Fine Art est les site dédié aux activités photographique de Sebastian est figure son exposition importante sur les grilles des jardins du Luxembourg à Paris.

Merci de votre soutien!

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Four Million Visitors for Sebastian’s Paris Exhibit!

February 4, 2019 9:10 am

FROM POLE TO POLE – A VANISHING WORLD on the gates of the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris September 2018 to January 2019

Sebastian was awarded one of the world’s most prestigious outdoor exhibit by the French Sénat. From September 15, 2018 to January 13, 2019, an estimated four million people visited the exhibit on the Gates of the Luxembourg gardens in Paris. 82 large panels displayed Sebastian’s polar images with an urgent message of warning: from the North Pole to Greenland and Antarctica, the ice is melting at accelerated rates, and will be re-drawing the maps of our world within this century. The exhibit was officially launched at the Sénat on September 19, 2018 among many politicians and 33 new outlets. The exhibit was supported by a robust press campaign on all the major networks and in print. You can visit the exhibit virtually on the official site here.

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