The prints you receive are archival, chromogenic prints on a semi-matte paper with a longevity of 100+ years under normal light conditions.
The quoted dimensions refer to the paper size, and not the size of image contained within the paper. Each image is printed with a minimum 1/4" border to allow for framing, and ships with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.
Untitled 1, 2009
from the series The Women of Tabakro
The images from this series were taken in 2009 whilst on assignment in Mali for the international development charity Christian Aid, UK. The trip was looking at the effects of climate change on the country. We visited Tabakro, in Southern Mali, to explore their various renewable energy initiatives and to discover how these were affecting the material and social well being of the village's inhabitants. We were welcomed into the village by a group of women dressed in clothes of fantastic colours and patterns. They were singing traditional songs accompanied by two men playing drums. I was captivated by the beauty and dignity of these women and set about crafting a portrait of each, that captured their unique, individual character.