2019 Sunday Times Award for Achievement
Heitmann’s series ‘Hiding From Baba Yaga’ is a poetical journey along one of the most powerful currents on earth. The river flows 3,438km from the Mongolian border northward across Siberia into the Arctic Ocean. The remnants of the USSR's history bear heavily on its shores, as well as on the everyday lives of its inhabitants. Heitmann’s lyrical photographs capture the social bond connecting different communities together.

Nanna Heitmann

Print Size: 910x610 mm
Frame Size: 1170x870 mm
Paper Type: Felix Schoeller True Satin Baryta 310
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS AS 217 01

 

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2019 Sunday Times Award for Achievement


Heitmann’s series ‘Hiding From Baba Yaga’ is a poetical journey along one of the most powerful currents on earth. The river flows 3,438km from the Mongolian border northward across Siberia into the Arctic Ocean. The remnants of the USSR's history bear heavily on its shores, as well as on the everyday lives of its inhabitants. Heitmann’s lyrical photographs capture the social bond connecting different communities together.

تُعتبر مجموعة هيتمان التي تحمل عنوان "الاختباء من بابا ياجا" رحلةً شعرية تأخذنا إلى أقوى التيارات في العالم. يتدفق النهر على مسافة 3438 كلم من الحدود المونغولية شمالاً عبر سيبيريا في المحيط المتجمد الشمالي. ما زالت ذيول تاريخ الاتحاد السوفياتي بادية على شواطئه كما على حياة سكانه اليومية. تسلّط صور هيتمان الشعرية الضوء على الرابط الاجتماعي الذي يجمع مختلف المجتمعات.

Photographer:
Nanna Heitmann


Print Size: 910x610 mm

Frame Size: 1170x870 mm

Exhibit: POS AS 217 01

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