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DOWNTOWN TRAIN SERIE NR. 1

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Photography - Total edition of 30 - Chromogenic print - Aluminium Dibond - Matte acrylic glass - Black floating frame

DOWNTOWN TRAIN SERIE NR. 1

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THE STORY BEHIND…

Has this poor little lost lamb been left behind? Why so glum?! Pretty in pink this little girl starkly contrasts the dismal, smoky background as she waits patiently on the platform for the train to come, clinging onto her bag. The artist has created a time machine, where this image could have been taken 50 years ago. Sorry Dr. Who, no need for the tardis today.

Shemara’s photographic series of child portraits, that she has created as part of the Awesome collection, is made up of four images of children at train stations.

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Shemara (1985, The Netherlands) is a young and brilliant photographer based in Rotterdam. Are you tired of seeing photographs of children wearing funny costumes, having pillow fights, or constantly smiling for the camera? Well, Shemara loves to portray kids in her photographs, but she is not that kind of artist. Her child models are depicted in imaginative, cinematic sceneries, but at the same time look very much alive, as if they could speak. Their expressions are adult, their emotions are real.