Artist's description:

A rickshaw runner sits in traffic waiting for business as a blanket of fog is about to cover the city.
Pulled Rickshaws were an inexpensive, popular mode of transportation across Asia in the 19th century. Peasants who migrated to large Asian cities often worked first as a rickshaw runner. It was "the deadliest occupation in the East, and the most degrading for human beings to pursue." Pulled Rickshaws are still widely used in Kolkata.
From my series "Micro-Shops of India". A deeply personal, sometimes critical, sometimes poetic set of photographs gathered while documenting my wanderings around the streets in India, being absorbed by the melancholy of the light.
Kolkata, India February 2013

Part of a Limited Edition 2/25
- Signed Certificate of Authenticity with Edition Number.
- Printed on Baryta paper, the most enduring of photo papers, which has been a hit with photography aficionados for more than 140 years. This paper is particularly popular with galleries and museums taking black-and-white photography to a new level. Shining white and intense black tones, ultra-fine brightness levels and sharp contours
- With a 2 cm white border for easy framing
- The gallery standard print comes rolled inside a hard tube
protected with bubble wrap and acid free paper and shipped inside a cardboard box

This Artwork is available as:
120 x 80cm (Limited Edition of 12 + 3AP's) $1260
100 x 66cm (Limited Edition of 25 + 1AP) $780
60 x 40cm (Limited Edition of 25) $585

Framed or Aluminium Dibond mounting is also available
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Materials used:

Baryta paper

The City and Me - Limited Edition #2/25 (2013)


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