The Noise of Ice: Antarctica

Enzo Barracco (Author, Photographer) Foreward by Sir Ranulph Fiennes.

Inspired by the legendary expedition of Sir Ernest Shackleton, photographer Enzo Barracco organized an expedition to Antarctica. The photographs collected in The Noise of Ice not only present Barracco's astonishing artistic vision of one of the most remote and perilous places on Earth, but also offer a sobering reflection about the conservation of our Planet.

Antarctica is key to understanding its fragile balance.

As Sir Ranulph Fiennes asserts in his foreword to the book, ‘I believe Enzo's work is a great way for key conservation messages to be relayed. Everyone has a role to play in conservation and in protecting areas of the world that are at risk.'

Endorsed by:
The British Antarctic Survey Cambridge, Explorers Club New York, The Scott Polar Museum Cambridge, British Exploring Society, RIBA Royal Institute of British Architects, Geographical Society and Vogue Italia.

Hardcover, 144 pages
Published by Merrell Publishers Ltd (20 Oct. 2016)
ISBN 9781858946566
31.2 x 2 x 24.6 cm