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Dashed Hopes I: Dilla Djalil-Daniel
Documentary photographer Dilla Djalil-Daniel is dealing with the environmental issues caused by land exploitation, narrating the stories of human and non-human lives afflicted by the actions of mankind in Indonesia. The selected images of orangutans are saturated with love, raising empathetic feelings towards the animals and triggering thoughts concerning our environmental actions. The exhibition provides an impressive visual insight into the issues facing animals and the dedicated individuals that care about their welfare and conservation prospects.
“Especially peaceful and touching example of people trying to make a difference.” – The Guardian
“An impressive visual insight into the issues facing animals.” – Ian Singleton, Director of Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme
|Dimensions||53 × 42,5 × 2 cm|
Black & White, Photograph
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308g, Museum glass UV 70%, Acid-free passe-partout, Frame: Nielsen Quadrum Oak – 50×40 cm, Signed and numbered with a unique Helphoto Editions label that is supplied separately
Available in larger size DIN A0
Framed Print, Print only
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