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Arghila Photograph

Savannah Dodd

United Kingdom

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About The Artwork

While walking through the old market in Nablus, Palestine, I passed this man making parts for argileh water pipes. He saw my interest in his store, this window overlooking the cobbled street, and he swung open part of the front counter to let me step inside, although there was really no where to go - the floor was taken over with old brass lamps, spare auto parts, and water pipes. I stepped one foot in, almost toppled over a mountain of precariously stacked metal tins, thanked him for his hospitality, and gingerly stepped out. A photograph of his father from whom he inherited the shop hangs in the upper left corner. Nablus, Palestine. February 2014. The original photograph is framed in a black metal frame and matted in white with a three inch margin.

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Print:Giclee on Canvas

Size:16 W x 12 H x 1.25 D in

Frame:Not Applicable

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Savannah Dodd, b. 1991, is a photographer and anthropologist. She is a St. Louis native and a current resident of Belfast, Northern Ireland. In 2017 Savannah founded the Photography Ethics Centre. Her photography is heavily influenced by her academic background. Ethics is integral to the way that she works. She places great importance on process, modes of access, and engagement with the people and places she photographs. Her images centre on people, material culture, and the minutiae of everyday life. She often combines the disciplines of anthropology and photography to produce visual ethnography. Savannah's work has been featured in 10 curated exhibitions and 4 solo exhibitions internationally. More of Savannah’s photography can be seen online at