The Luxembourgish photographer Eilo Elvinger previously won a prize at London's Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photography Awards 2017.

In total, photographers from 92 different countries submitted over 50,000 photos for the "black and white" prize, which was awarded to Elvinger for her close-up of a polar bear.

The photographer will be exhibiting her work of the Arctic in Tetange's "Schungfabrik" next Tuesday 11 December at 7.30pm (12-14 Rue Pierre Schiltz).

The photographer visited Svalbard twice to document the effects of climate change on nature and the increasing difficulties for polar bears to survive in their dwindling environment.

For more details, visit Elvinger's website: