I first saw Gregory Colbert’s Ashes & Snow exhibit in March of 2007 in Tokyo. Since that time, I have been searching for the eloquence to capture the appreciation I have for this exhibit. I’ve come to realize that certain things, certain events, especially creations of utter brilliance, are often times than not, better left as is-independent of hyperbole. After all, this exhibition is housed in a Nomadic Museum, which has attracted more than 10 million visitors from all over the world, making it the most attended exhibition by a living artist in history. Colbert captures the delicate relationship between man and animal. Learn more about his work and future tour dates and locations.