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Juba, South Sudan, June 2011. Christina Killa, the chief prison officer of Juba Women's Prison. She fought in the war for 17 years, leaving the harsh conditions of the bush only when she had children, 2011

Digital c-print
30 × 30 in
76.2 × 76.2 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Center for Photography at Woodstock: Benefit Auction 2018

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Kingston, NY sales tax (8%) is charged on any purchases picked up or delivered in New York State, unless the purchaser has given CPW a valid resale exemption. Purchases shipped outside New York state may be subject to the sales tax of those states. The cost for shipping is not …

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Becoming South Sudan
Alinka Echeverria
Mexican, b. 1981
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With her combined training in photography and social anthropology, Alinka Echeverria travels the …

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With her combined training in photography and social anthropology, Alinka Echeverria travels the world, documenting the people who shape and are shaped by religious and political belief systems. Her mid- to large-scale, arresting color photographs reflect her sensitivity toward her subjects, whose stories she wants to …

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About the work
Center for Photography at Woodstock: Benefit Auction 2018

Donated by the artist

Artist Proof

Kingston, NY sales tax (8%) is charged on any purchases picked …

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Donated by the artist

Artist Proof

Kingston, NY sales tax (8%) is charged on any purchases picked up or delivered in New York State, unless the purchaser has given CPW a valid resale exemption. Purchases shipped outside New York state may be subject to the sales tax of those states. The cost for shipping is not …

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Series
Becoming South Sudan
Alinka Echeverria
Mexican, b. 1981
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With her combined training in photography and social anthropology, Alinka Echeverria travels the …

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With her combined training in photography and social anthropology, Alinka Echeverria travels the world, documenting the people who shape and are shaped by religious and political belief systems. Her mid- to large-scale, arresting color photographs reflect her sensitivity toward her subjects, whose stories she wants to …

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Juba, South Sudan, June 2011. Christina Killa, the chief prison officer of Juba Women's Prison. She fought in the war for 17 years, leaving the harsh conditions of the bush only when she had children, 2011

Digital c-print
30 × 30 in
76.2 × 76.2 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
Bidding closed