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Artist's description:

Identity and pride... light and beauty in Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

Kibera is the biggest slum in Africa and one of the biggest in the world.
The original settlers were the Nubian people from the Kenyan/Sudanese border – they now occupy about 15% of Kibera, are mostly Muslim and are also mostly shack owners.


The photography is my positive way of writing about the amazing things in life.
His demeanor is a mixture of wonder and respect. He longs to nostalgically stop track of time in picture form. He longs to capture humanity and its awesome evanescence.
Through his immensurable trips to Europe, Latin America, Africa and Asia, he has satisfied his curiosity of the diverse cultural values found in different continents.

Color Giclée.
From a limited edition of 30

Printed on Epson Velvet Fine Art Professional Paper Ultra White 190 gr and mounted on dibond 3mm. This artwork is ready to hang

Materials used:

Epson Velvet Fine Art Professional Paper Ultra White 190 gr



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This artwork is sold by Erasto Ramón Trujillo Muñoz from Italy

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