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Photo- Jimmy Nelson- Pavel Khudi Yamalo - Siberia - Homage to Humanity-
fine art

Dolgan - Siberia

XXXVIII-1 - Exclusively selected Fine art print

Dolgan | Anabar district, Yakutia_, Siberia | Russia, 2011


The Dolgan community is made up of nomadic groups that roam the northern Anabar republic of Yakutia (or Sakha) in the remote east of Russia. Yakutsk, the republic’s capital, is the coldest city on the planet, with temperatures dropping as low as -60 degrees Celsius. Dolgan means ‘people who live close to water’ – or ice in this case. They are reindeer herders who throughout the year travel across this polar landscape.

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Gallery Art- Jimmy Nelson- Pavel Khudi Yamalo - Siberia
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  • Editions

      Limited to 19

  • frame

      Wallnut wood

  • glass

      Musem glass

  • Sizes

      062 x 110 cm - Edition of 9

      100 x 180 cm - Edition of 6

      140 x 260 cm - Edition of 3

      165 x 315 cm - Edition of 1

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