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Nick Brandt is a British photographer who has spent nearly two decades capturing the wildlife of Africa and what was left of it after the arrival of man. Now his new large-scale photo project, “The Day May Come”, is being released, which is exhibited in galleries around the world: in London, Los Angeles, Oslo, Dubai and other cities. Together, Brandt photographed people and animals alike affected by droughts, floods, habitat loss and other dire consequences of climate change. The entire series is shot almost exclusively in monochrome, with disappearing animals and people who have lost their homes in these photographs half-dissolved in the morning fog, emphasizing the instability of their position. Each photograph of Brandt is accompanied by the story of his heroes – both people and animals, “Medusa” publishes them unchanged. You can read the history of the emergence of the photo project itself and the details of the organization of filming in Brandt’s interview.