Superdad, Tibet, 2012
Title: Superdad, Tibet, 2012
Print: 8x8" C-type
Paper: Fuji Crystal Archive
"A nomadic family rides into Zhaduo town at dusk. Thousands of nomads that have been permanently resettled in towns on the grasslands. In China, ethnic minorities were exempt from the One-Child policy but other restrictions applied. Even ethnic Han were allowed more children if they lived in Tibetan regions. Officials claim ecological resettlement will benefit environment as well development through education and commerce. Others counter, that modernity can co-exist with rural nomadic life where motorbikes and smart phones are common place. Either way, China's highland clearances have already fundamentally reshaped the Tibetan identity."
From the series 'The Third Pole'.
Print, signed verso
Certificate of authenticity
Archival print sleeve
The 8x8" limited edition of 12 is available until sold, with the price increasing as the edition sells. These museum quality C-Type prints provide an excellent opportunity for first-time and experienced collectors alike.
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