The David Yarrow Photography team returns to Colorado’s Rocky Mountains for a new show at Casterline Goodman Gallery in Aspen.
Marking a return to the region for the globally renowned photographer and his team, David Yarrow has once again taken to the U.S. city of Aspen in Colorado’s prestigious Casterline Goodman Gallery. Yarrow is considered among today’s most collectable contemporary photographic artists, both in his native Scotland, across Great Britain, North America, and elsewhere globally. An ever-growing breadth and variety of works are now adored by the photographer’s fans and followers worldwide.
An array of David Yarrow’s photography has been on display at Casterline Goodman Gallery in Aspen, Colorado, since Friday the 30th of December 2021. It will remain there until Friday the 15th of April 2022. Yarrow’s show at Casterline Goodman Gallery corresponds with several other ongoing exhibitions and events elsewhere in the U.S. and, indeed, around the world.
These include appearances at Relévant Galleries in Denver, Colorado; Courtney Collins Fine Art in Big Sky, Montana; Hilton Asmus Contemporary in Chicago, Illinois; Samuel Lynne Galleries in Dallas, Texas; and Petra Gut Contemporary art gallery in St. Moritz, Switzerland.
David Yarrow has previously attended and exhibited at Aspen’s Casterline Goodman Gallery on at least one other occasion, including a visit back in 2019. During this trip, the photographer spoke to the local news outlet The Aspen Times, saying, “I don’t like being labelled a wildlife photographer,” adding that he preferred to be viewed as a photographic artist and conservationist.
During that trip, Yarrow’s journey to Casterline Goodman Gallery involved a gruelling 60-hour slog from London to Aspen, caused by flight delays and a long drive from Colorado’s capital city of Denver to the famous ski resort town. The same year, he raised over £2 million for conservation organizations like Tusk Trust, WildArk, and the Kevin Richardson Foundation.
Casterline Goodman Gallery is an established fine art gallery with decades of expertise and a strong presence in the global art community. The gallery and its advisory service also represent a select group of upcoming artists that they show in conjunction with more established names, including David Yarrow, both in the U.S. and overseas.
Yarrow and his team also recently wrapped up a show in the artist and photographer’s current home city of London. Glasgow-born David’s widely praised Changing Lanes exhibition took over the city’s famous Maddox Gallery between Friday the 19th of November 2021 and Wednesday the 5th of January 2022.
Photographer David Yarrow marked the opening of the Changing Lanes exhibition at Maddox Gallery with a special book signing. Three separate signings, coupled with talks about his latest body of work, were held on Saturday the 20th of November last year.
A limited number of books were made available to interested parties from the gallery. Fast-forward a little over six weeks, and the critically acclaimed exhibition has now moved on from Maddox Gallery, but not before attracting numerous glowing reviews.
“This is an exhibition created to make you dream, and curated to take you on a visual journey as you trespass territories and come face-to-face with beasts,” said luxury publication Glass magazine’s deputy managing editor, Imogen Clark, in one such review of David Yarrow’s Changing Lanes show at Maddox Gallery.