From 5 September 2018 to 28 October 2018 at Salzburg’s Hangar-7, Terra Mater will again be exhibiting impressive pictures from the magazine’s best reports. The exhibition stays true to Terra Mater’s guiding principle – “Discover and understand the world” – and has been created in collaboration with some of the world’s most renowned photographers. The images have been reproduced in a high-quality, large format and are even more impressive in the unique surroundings of Hangar-7.
Terra Mater magazine invites you to join them on a spectacular journey around the world – from the Lechuguilla Cave in New Mexico to the Barefoot College in India, and from the smart chimpanzees at the Bossou research centre in Guinea all the way to Siberia, the coldest place on Earth.
These are just some of the unforgettable impressions that reporters and photographers have captured for Terra Mater and brought back from their travels. Together, they form the bi-monthly nature magazine that takes us on a world tour from the comfort of our homes and inspires us to discover and understand the beautiful world we live in. From 5 September 2018, a selection of the most spectacular images from the latest issues will be displayed as large-format reproductions at Salzburg’s Hangar-7. The exhibition includes works from top international photographers, including Robbie Shone (England), Nuria Lopez Torres (Spain), Mirco Taliercio (Germany) and Cyril Ruoso (France).
"Since it first appeared in 2012, nature and science magazine Terra Mater has always had one goal: to impress its readers with exceptional quality. The exhibition at Hangar-7 in Salzburg offers us the opportunity to present an excerpt from the most astonishing reports of recent years – in a highly unusual way thanks to the special setting."
From 05 September – 28 October 2018
Nature and science magazine Terra Mater, founded in 2012, has one goal: to impress its readers with exceptional quality. In line with its guiding principle “Discover and understand the world”, Terra Mater presents elaborately produced reports about exotic regions, fascinating animals and remarkable people every two months. Superb texts and brilliant photos in picture-album quality arouse the reader’s curiosity about the beauty of our planet and explain the wider context beyond all clichés and stereotypes. In-depth interviews and stories describe technical developments and current trends in the area of scientific research.
The brand is present in all media channels: the printed magazine, the Terra Mater broadcasts on ServusTV, the award-winning film productions of Terra Mater Factual Studios and the relevant social media channels guarantee impressive 360-degree positioning.