“We’re delighted to welcome David Yarrow here in Kitzbühel for the first time for an exclusive exhibition,” said Florian Hofer, Managing Director of Engel & Völkers Kitzbühel. “For us, the decision to work together was an easy one. A sensibility for beauty and aesthetics in art and in premium real estate are very closely associated,” said Constantin von Dalwigk, Global Head of Private Office Engel & Völkers. The first joint exhibition by Engel & Völkers and David Yarrow marks the beginning of a series of exclusive events.
At the same time, the Snow Polo World Cup took place for the 18th time just outside Kitzbühel. The event has a reputation for being the world’s largest polo tournament on snow. E&V Kitzbühel and E&V Munich once again joined forces for the tournament, sponsoring their own polo team. Around 15,000 spectators watched the eight teams compete against one another.
The “Tiroler Tageszeitung” newspaper picked up on both events in an article, giving it the fitting headline “Exklusive Kunst und schnelle Pferde” (in English:“Exclusive artwork and fast-paced horses”.
About David Yarrow
At the age of 20, David Yarrow worked as a photographer for “The Times” in London. Since then he has built a reputation for himself for capturing landscapes, cultures and endangered species. Philanthropy and conservation are central to the artist’s work. In 2018, the revenue from sales of his works amounted to 11.58 million US dollars (some 10.4 million euros). In the same year, charitable donations from sales of his works exceeded 2.1 million US dollars (some 1.8 million euros). All funds generated from his royalties also continue to go to Tusk, a leading British NGO dedicated to the conservation of wildlife in Africa.
For further information please contact: Nina.Riedlsperger@engelvoelkers.com