This poignant portrait is the product of two years spent along the Kunene River in Africa. It’s creator, the intrepid photographer Christopher Rimmer set about documenting Africa’s last remaining tribes as they negotiate impeding modernism. The results are proud, immersive portrayals of an ancient culture. While the diffused backdrop may give them an otherworldly quality, make no mistake - these works are from here and now. Captured en plein air, this tribe, like the river it borders, is in constant, vital evolution. Be in the grace of this powerful image and the culture it represents. Rimmer is an internationally acclaimed Britain-born, South African raised and now Melbourne based artist.
To read more about the fascinating process behind ‘Confluence – Tradition & Modernity and the Last Tribes of the Kunene River’, click here.
Christopher Rimmer's 'Confluence' series is available in three sizes: A0, A1 and A3
Christopher RIMMER (1963 - )
'Ovakahona Mother & Baby, Southern Angola' 2016
archival pigment print on paper
Edition of 20
Available in three sizes: A0, A1 & A3
Signed: numbered and signed in the margin by Christopher Rimmer and assigned a unique number which is printed in hologram in the margin and also on the accompanying studio verification certificate.
Comes with Letter of Provenance
Each Confluence print is made by master print maker, Roger Stuart in Melbourne Australia and is printed on Hannemuhle cotton rag with high quality, fade resistant inks. A 10 cm margin is retained for signing thus permitting a number of framing and matting options. Prints are numbered and signed in the margin by Christopher Rimmer and assigned a unique number which is printed in hologram in the margin and also on the accompanying studio verification certificate The print is wrapped in archival tissue paper and securely packed in a special crush proof box before being sent to your door via registered international air courier.
Availability: in stock
Condition: As New: The work of art is in the same immaculate condition as when it was created. This could be the description for a work of art that may have been in storage for years, never sold on the market but may still be some years old.
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