Arriving at our gallery-studioThe gallery-studio, The Little Wild Gallery, was founded due to the desire of the widlife photographer Stefano Unterthiner to print his photographs professionally himself; the desire of the photographer to finalise the shot taken in the field with the production of a high-quality print. The gallery-studio aims above all to be a place for sharing the photographs and meeting the public: to discuss about photography, nature and wildlife!

Arriving at Forte di BardOur gallery-studio was opened in December 2010, in an exceptional location: the majestic Forte di Bard, in Aosta Valley (Italy). A fortress opened to the public in 2006 after its renovation, and now totally devoted to culture with the organisation of exhibitions, theatrical performances, meetings, concerts and other important, internationally renowned events in Aosta Valley.

Stéphanie working at our gallery-studioThe Little Wild Gallery is made up of an exhibition room and an area assigned as a studio. In the gallery our choice of framed prints is displayed and there is a small space where videos that describe our latest projects are projected. In the studio, the processing and production of the prints to be sold takes place, or photographic exhibitions are put together.

When viOne of our 30x45 cm printsiting our gallery-studio, you will have the chance of meeting Stefano and his wife, Stéphanie, in person, of receiving advice and suggestions for your purchases and of hearing about the anecdotes hidden behind each photograph. We look forward to seeing you. Come and visit us!

 

Visiting the Little Wild Gallery... (video by Stéphanie Unterthiner).

The Little Wild Gallery was founded due to the desire of the nature photographer Stefano Unterthiner to print his pictures professionally himself; the desire (necessity) of the photographer to “finalise” the shot taken in the field with the production of a high-quality print that is true to the original picture. But the gallery-studio aims above all to be a place for sharing the photographs and meeting the public: to discuss photography, nature and animals!