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New Wildlife Exhibition in New York

Jetmir Troshani's Wildlife Exhibition will be held at LaGuardia Community College

I am thrilled to announce that my wildlife photography will be featured in an upcoming exhibition at LaGuardia Community College, curated by the talented Gallery Director Dina Pizzarello. The exhibition will showcase some of my most captivating images taken during my recent trip to Kenya, where I had the opportunity to photograph some of the world's most beautiful and elusive animals in their natural habitat.

Dina has long been known for her keen eye and talent for curating exhibitions that capture the essence of the artist's vision. She recognized the beauty and power of my wildlife images, and immediately offered collaboration to work with me to create an exhibition that would showcase the unique moments captured in my photography.

The exhibition will feature a variety of my wildlife photography, including images of a majestic giraffe, playful impala, regal lioness, and few other species that I had the privilege of observing and photographing during my trip. Each photograph tells a unique story and captures the essence of the animal in its natural environment.

In partnership with the Printing Center at LaGuardia Community College, Dina has arranged the images in a way that tells a powerful and compelling story, taking viewers on a journey through the lives of these magnificent animals. I am truly honored to have my work featured in Dina's exhibition, and I am grateful for the opportunity to share my love of wildlife with a wider audience. Dina​'s expertise and guidance have been invaluable throughout the process, and I am confident that the exhibition will be a testament to her skill as a gallery director.

The exhibition will be open to the public from March 14 to April 14, 2023, and I encourage all wildlife enthusiasts and art lovers to come and experience the beauty and power of these incredible animals through my photography. I hope that my images will inspire viewers to appreciate and protect the natural world, and to do their part in preserving the habitats of these magnificent creatures for generations to come.

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