Urwald von morgen 2019-20

Henninger, Emmanuel, Primary Forest, Biodivesity, Protect, Woods, art, drawing, ink, pen, forest, exhibition, germany, Freiburg
Primary forest of tomorrow” – Chinese ink on paper – 47,2 x 31,4 In – 2019 – Private Collection
Art, drawing, Emmanuel Henninger, Germany, Artist, french, Landscapes, Wood, tress, art
WOOD” – Chinese ink on paper – 15,7 X 23,6 In – 2019 – Private Collection
Art, drawing, Emmanuel Henninger, Germany, Artist, french, Landscapes, Wood, tress, art, Exhibition, forest, art, project
SOMNAMBULISTIC FOREST” – Chinese ink on paper – 15,74 X 23,62 In – 2020
SILVA, VOCAT, Art, drawing, emmanuel Henninger, France, black, white, landscapes, forest
SILVA VOCAT” – Chinese ink on Vinci paper – 47,2 x 31,4 In , 2022
Art, drawing, Emmanuel Henninger, Germany, Artist, french, Landscapes, Wood, tress, art, Exhibition, forest, art, project, Foundation, art, museum
Detail “Primary forest of tomorrow” / Photo credit : Fondation François Schneider
Emmanuel Henninger, In Situ, Rainforest, jungle, natureconservation, stopdeforestation

A primary forest is a forest composed of native species where no trace of past or present human activity is clearly visible. They are intact (or original) forests, or forests with a high degree of naturalness that have never been destroyed or heavily exploited, fragmented, or directly or obviously influenced by humans. Urwald von morgen is a primary forest of tomorrow and is located in Simonswald in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It has not been exploited since 1979.