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Photo- Jimmy Nelson- Samburu - Kenya
fine art

Samburu - Kenya

KEN-SAM-D02 - Exclusively selected Fine art print

Samburu | Mount Poi | Kenya, 2020


The desert and mountain landscapes of Kenya are home to many different communities including the Samburu who are known for their strong warriorhood. As warriors, they will defend their people from attacks from other communities and animals. Samburu boys are taught how to hunt and tend cattle from a very young age. Their way of life revolves around cattle; they herd sheep, goats and camels who can endure the extreme heat of the day.

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Gallery-Art-Jimmy Nelson-Amsterdam
Photo- Jimmy Nelson- 4 People
Jimmy Nelson Foundation

With your purchase you support Indigenous communities taking their heritage into the future

With its projects, the Jimmy Nelson Foundation (JNF) is completing the circle Jimmy has started. As cultures are rapidly changing through time, and the world’s cultural diversity is at risk, now is the moment to act. The JNF supports Indigenous communities in preserving and passing on their traditional heritage and knowledge by investing in reciprocity and educational projects.

When you look at people- whether they are the Huli from Papua New Guinea, the Mursi from Ethiopia or even oneself- look beyond and do not judge. Often the truth is far different from what the eye beholds.
Not Wood Frame Art Print- Jimmy Nelson
  • Editions

      Limited to 19

  • frame

      Wallnut wood

  • glass

      Musem glass

  • Sizes

      062 x 086 cm - Edition of 9

      100 x 140 cm - Edition of 6

      140 x 200 cm - Edition of 3

      170 x 245 cm - Edition of 1

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