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The Herd

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60 x 90 cm

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125 x 187.50 cm

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THE STORY BEHIND…

Amidst the fecund jungle, four men of different colours consolidate in unity. The spectrum of their metallic skins are a testament to cooperative inclusion while simultaneously honouring their individual imprints on this world.

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Sandeep Dhopate is a fine art photographer from India, who has successfully turned his hobby into his career. Like many of us, he was influenced by previous generations to follow a beaten path.It was after 12 years in the corporate world, pinnacled by his position as the VP of a media firm, that his consciousness enabled him to abandon material gains and to pursue his life’s passion of photography. Since then, Sandeep has utilised his wanderlust to explore and discover. He has been a nominee for the International Color Awards (USA) along with being featured in Forbes India magazine. His work has been exhibited at the Dali International Photography Festival (China), Athens International Photo Festival (Greece) and Focus Photography Festival (India). The series, ‘Elysium’ is not only an original photographic art series that documents a universally sympathetic narrative, but it is the triumph of the artist honouring his true identity.