Christine Sawunda, from the series Kitintale, 2008


Digital C-Print

11.00 x 14.00 in

27.9 x 35.6 cm

Edition of 20

Signed and numbered by the artist

PRICE: $600

11.00 x 14.00 in

27.9 x 35.6 cm

Edition of 20

Unframed: $600
Framed: $785
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    About The Work

    Photographer Yann Gross, a passionate skateboarder, encountered a group of skaters who had built the first and only half-pipe (a structure used in gravity extreme sports) in Uganda in Kitintale, a working class suburb of Kampala. Gross was fascinated with the skate culture that grew around the sculpture and its function among the local youth. Gross not only photographed the skaters but became a member of their group, giving him an insider's view into their sub-culture.

    About Yann Gross

    • Paper Size: 12 1/16 x 14 7/8 inches Image Size: 11 x 13 13/16 inches
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