The Last Yurt , Kyrgyzstan
(Limited Edition of 12)
The ironwork yurt is a grave, the last yurt for whoever is buried beneath it but permanent graves are actually a new tradition in a country where the people were historically nomadic. These new traditions are a result of changing times and the influences of the numerous ethnic groups that have settled in Kyrgyzstan, originally refugees from various parts of the Soviet Union.
This print will be available framed for £300 at The Brunswick Art Gallery in the heart of Bloomsbury from the middle of February 2020.