October 11, 2019 to January 05, 2020
1400 Remington Street
Fort Collins - 80524 CO
Kiliii Yuyan is a Nanai (Siberian Native) and Chinese-American photographer whose award-winning work chronicles Indigenous communities and conservation issues.
Kiliii's mission is presenting long-form narratives of the relationship between humans and the natural world. Kiliii's photography presents an alternative vision of humanity's greatest wealth-community, culture and the land.
Wilderness expeditionary experience has been critical for Kiliii's projects across the Arctic and other extreme environments. On assignment, he has fled collapsing sea ice, weathered botulism from fermented whale blood, and found kinship at the edges of the world.
Kiliii contributes features to National Geographic Magazine, Outside, Pacific Standard, and Sierra. His photographs have exhibited in galleries worldwide, and have won awards from PDN, Communication Arts, and Px3. Kiliii also speaks publicly about indigenous and conservation issues, and has given talks at National Geographic and the George Eastman Museum. He is based out of Seattle.