Soul Mates
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Soul Mates

$1,250.00 - $3,750.00
Est. Arrival: Mar 18 - Mar 23
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ARTIST Drew Doggett
DIMENSIONS image size, 13"L x 19"W paper size, 19"L x 25"W
MADE OF archival inkjet print on semigloss paper
PHOTOGRAPHER Drew Doggett
PLEASE NOTE This series comes from a limited edition of 500 prints with 25 artist proofs and will include an embossed certificate of authenticity. All limited-edition prints are unframed and come signed and numbered by the artist.
SKU 76769604
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Mar 18 - Mar 23
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Photographer and filmmaker Drew Doggett tells extraordinary stories of diverse cultures and communities through a fashion-inspired lens. Through both intimate and expansive perspectives, he reveals his subjects in vivid detail. His photographic work can be found in private and public collections globally, notably the Smithsonian African Art Museum and the Mariners’ Museum, and he has received over 90 awards and honors for his images including a distinction from the Royal Photographic Society. Doggett has also been featured in many publications such as Condé Nast Traveler, Photographer Magazine, Professional Photographer Magazine, and Outside Magazine, and has partnered with brands like Hasselblad and Leica. His short films have received critical attention, notably at the Big Sur International Film Festival and the PBS Online Film Festival.
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This work is part of Doggett’s "Discovering the Horses of Sable Island" collection. In 2012, Doggett traveled to the narrow, crescent-shaped ribbon of sand and rock off the coast of Nova Scotia known as Sable Island. With no predators other than the harsh environment, the horses of Sable Island live on this unique island entirely on their own terms. These photographs capture the physicality, beauty, and mystery of these incredible animals as they relate to one another and their surrounding habitat. Taken in Doggett’s signature black-and-white style, these works have been featured in interiors around the world since their debut.

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Photographer and filmmaker Drew Doggett tells extraordinary stories of diverse cultures and communities through a fashion-inspired lens. Through both intimate and expansive perspectives, he reveals his subjects in vivid detail. His photographic work can be found in private and public collections globally, notably the Smithsonian African Art Museum and the Mariners’ Museum, and he has received over 90 awards and honors for his images including a distinction from the Royal Photographic Society. Doggett has also been featured in many publications such as Condé Nast Traveler, Photographer Magazine, Professional Photographer Magazine, and Outside Magazine, and has partnered with brands like Hasselblad and Leica. His short films have received critical attention, notably at the Big Sur International Film Festival and the PBS Online Film Festival.
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