EXHIBITIONS AT EJAZ KHAN’S ART GALLERY IN NEW YORK
In our art gallery, located in the heart of Manhattan, we often have several exhibitions with selected images from my portfolio.
Wildlife photography and conservationist, Ejaz Khan, will be speaking live from Las Vegas with Nikon at CES 2020 Thursday, January 9th. CES is the world’s gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. Ejaz will be speaking about and showcasing his world-renowned Arctic wolf photographs. You can watch the live stream at https://www.nikonevents.com/us/live/ces/
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HAMPTON CLASSIC HORSE SHOW
CANA FOUNDATION EXHIBITION
ABOUT THE EVENT All were welcome to attend “Freedom,” an exclusive photo exhibition hosted by wildlife and fashion photographer Ejaz Khan to benefit World Animal Protection. The exhibition was held on Earth Day (April 22nd) and featured powerful photos of wild horses — one of our planet’s most graceful and magnificent creatures.
“As a fashion photographer, I pay the models to work with me. As a wildlife photographer, I don’t pay my subjects. I WANT TO GIVE BACK TO THE ORGANIZATIONS that can help the animals I photograph.”
– Ejaz Khan
Ejaz Khan speaking to guests.
Ben Williamson, Angela Kung, and Alesia Soltanpanah from World Animal Protection. They work diligently to provide all animals the FREEDOM to express their natural behaviors by demanding changes in farming, fighting the deadly exotic pet trade, assisting animals in natural disasters, and more.
FROM THE LAND OF ATKA
ABOUT THE EVENT
ABOUT THE EVENT
The evening was hosted by Ambassador at Large and Honorary Board Member for SASF Jean Shafiroff and featured images of wild horses Khan took in France as well as a slideshow and video from his recent trip to the mountains in Norway, where he photographed the Musk Ox.
The opening welcomed more than 100 guests including SASF Junior board members Kate McEntee, Sarah Vacchiano, Isabelle Mercier-Dalphond and Elizabeth Shafiroff, Executive Director of SASF Jerry Rosenthal, Spokeswoman for Mayor’s Alliance Stephanie Mattera, Irene Michaels, Dr. Christopher Calapai, Nancy Chemtob, Maggie Norris, Harriette Rose Katz, Peter Thomas Roth, Helen Yarmak, Leesa Rowland, Silvia Frieser, Lucia Hwong Gordon and Jennifer Dwork.
Pictured: Clif Knight, Jean Shafiroff (Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation board member), and Ejaz Khan.