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Roberto Dutesco was born on 6 June, 1961 in Bucharest, Romania. Discover Roberto Dutesco's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 59 years old?
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Brancusí’s sculpture the Endless Column was inaugurated in Târgu Jiu, Romania, in 1938 and was restored between the years of 1998 and 2000. In July 2005, Dutesco returned to Romania, where he spent 24 continuous hours photographing the sculpture, resulting in a series of graphic black-and-white visual interpretations of the piece.
Dutesco donates his art to support charitable organizations that are dedicated to the preservation of the environment, including Happy Hearts Fund, WindWalkers, Global Scribes, Cambodia’s Hope, David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, the Dalai Lama Trust, Susan Finkelstein Charitable Trust, the Canadian Consulate and the Sable Island Green Horse Society.
His commitment and donations to children’s charities includes the following: Artrageous, Edwin Gould Services for Children and Families, CTREE, National Down Syndrome Society, Make-A-Wish Foundation, LongHouse, Urban Zen, LARC School, Montessori School of Manhattan, and the Regina Therapeutic Riding Association.
In 2012, Dutesco Art published a limited-edition book, The Wild Horses of Sable Island, of his intimate exploration of Sable Island over the previous 16 years. It was printed and handcrafted in Bologna, Italy. The volume includes a foreword by Jack Lenor Larsen and an introduction by writer Anthony Haden-Guest.
In 2003, Dutesco was asked to create an outdoor exhibition to be installed on the streets of downtown Montreal; the theme for the installation was global peace. He travelled to Dharamshala, McLeod Ganj, in order to secure a private sitting for a photograph of the 14th Dalai Lama to include in the exhibit. Also included in the exhibition were his images of the many young lamas in India. This comprehensive installation, entitled Here Is Now, was installed over a four-city-block radius on the McGill University campus in the summer of 2004. It included over three hundred of Dutesco's photographs.
Dutesco's films include Sable Island, which he shot on 16-mm film with an Arriflex 16S camera. In 2000, he completed a black-and-white short film that was presented by the Angelika Film Center, New York City. Arcadia and CBC produced a film entitled Chasing Wild Horses in 2007, which premiered on Bravo TV in Canada in 2008 and was later shown on PBS. It was selected for the Tribeca Film Festival and was the winner of Best International Director of a Documentary at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival. His film Time Squared is a visual journey of his travels to over 50 countries and is a compilation of what he filmed over a three-month period compressed into 20 minutes.
Dutesco began his career as a fashion photographer in Montreal, Canada. In 1994, he shifted the focus of his work to long-term personal projects that explore his environmental interests and natural subject matter. His photographs of the landscapes, wildlife and horses of Sable Island have been on permanent exhibition since 2006 in Soho, New York City, at two locations (initially at 13 Crosby Street and presently at 64 Grand Street).
In 1994, Dutesco traveled to Sable Island, a small island off the coast of Nova Scotia. The island is a narrow, crescent-shaped sandbar with a surface area of about 34 square kilometers (13 square miles) and is home to an estimated 400 feral horses.
After the first trip to Sable Island, Dutesco returned to his work on fashion and art photography. In 1994, he abandoned his commercial work and fully devoted his work to his self-assigned projects: photography, filming and writing.
Between 1994 and 2004, Dutesco traveled across the southwestern United States, (California, Utah, New Mexico and Colorado), documenting its “sandscapes.”
In the early 1990s, he opened his studio in New York City. He spent the majority of his time traveling for his various projects. In the past 20 years, his work has taken him to over sixty countries where he has met and photographed such prominent personalities as Pierre Trudeau, the 14th Dalai Lama and Mikhail Gorbachev.
Roberto Dutesco (Romanian: Robert Duțescu; born June 6, 1961) is a Romanian-born Canadian artist, photographer and filmmaker. He travels and works worldwide and resides in his three homes, in Montreal, New York City and São Paulo, Brazil.