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Untitled 15: Omo
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ARTIST Drew Doggett
DIMENSIONS image size, 18"L x 27"W; paper size, 24"L x 33"W
MADE OF archival inkjet print on semigloss paper
PHOTOGRAPHER Drew Doggett
PLEASE NOTE This series comes from a limited edition of 75 prints with 10 artist proofs and will include an embossed certificate of authenticity. All limited-edition prints are unframed and come signed and numbered by the artist.
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 20 - Jul 25
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Driven by the chase for extraordinary beauty, Drew Doggett creates striking fine-art photographs of isolated cultures and locations around the world. Thoughtfully researched and carefully curated, each collection captures and expresses a unique story full of emotion and depth. Influenced by his background in fashion photography, Doggett’s fine-art career began in 2009 with his expedition to the remote Himalayan region of Humla, Nepal. Since then, he has sought to illuminate the corners of the world only available to those purposefully seeking them. His works have been honored by institutions such as the Smithsonian Museum and sought out by designers around the world.
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This work is part of Doggett’s "Omo: Expressions of a People" collection. Ethiopia’s sun-baked Omo Valley is home to a rich diversity of semi-nomadic groups. Different in many respects but linked by their shared migration paths, these groups lead a way of life both colorful and austere. This collection, which has been accepted into the Smithsonian African Art Museum’s Photographic Archives, transports viewers to the heart of this majestic environment and the distinctive rites, traditions, and beauty of its peoples.

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