Child of a Tundra
Under Stalin, Nenets communities were forced to live on collective farms and villages called kolhozy. Each brigade was obliged to pay reindeer meat as taxes. Children were separated from their families and sent to government-run boarding schools, where they were forbidden to speak nenets language. With the collapse of communism, young adults began to leave their villages for cities. In urban environments it almost impossible to adapt for them.

Daniel Kordan

Print Only: $1,750.00
Framed Print: $1,968.54
Print Size: 900x600 mm
Frame Size: 1160x870 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemuehle Photo Rag® Bright White 310gsm
Frame Colour: White
Exhibit: POS DK 227 04

 

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Child of a Tundra
Archival Giclee Digital Print


Under Stalin, Nenets communities were forced to live on collective farms and villages called kolhozy. Each brigade was obliged to pay reindeer meat as taxes. Children were separated from their families and sent to government-run boarding schools, where they were forbidden to speak nenets language. With the collapse of communism, young adults began to leave their villages for cities. In urban environments it almost impossible to adapt for them.

Photographer:
Daniel Kordan

Print Only: $1,750.00

Framed Print: $1,968.54

Print Size: 900x600 mm

Frame Size: 1160x870 mm

Exhibit: POS DK 227 04

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