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Kelidar_6 Print - Limited Edition of 10

Golnaz Jamsheed

United States

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In this striking image from Kelidar, we observe a young boy named Amir Mohammad engrossed in the task of washing a sheep's skin. The photo captures a moment of daily life where the lines between childhood and labor blur, a common scene in the village where even the young contribute to the workload. Amir Mohammad, with a knit cap snugly fitting over his head and a serious expression on his face, shows a level of concentration and diligence that belies his tender age. His hands, small yet capable, work methodically over the skin, ensuring it is thoroughly cleaned. The texture of the sheepskin is almost tangible through the image, highlighting the tactile nature of his chore. This photograph not only documents the industriousness of village children but also evokes a sense of the harsh realities they face, where playtime and work often intermingle. Despite the weight of his responsibilities, there's a quiet resilience in Amir Mohammad's demeanor, a silent testament to the inner strength that the children of Kelidar must possess. Location: Kelidar, Khorasan Province, Iran Copyright © 2018 Golnaz Jamsheed

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Print:Giclee on Photo Paper

Size:8 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:13.25 W x 17.25 H x 1.2 D in

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Born in San Francisco in 1984, Golnaz graduated from Azadegan Art School in Tehran, in 2002, majoring in graphic design and analog photography. After completing her studies at Saddleback Community College, where she majored in Theatre, Golnaz was one of the 15 students that admitted into UCLA TFT program in 2004. She received her BA degree in Film, Television and Media from the University of California, Los Angeles and graduated in 2006. A full tuition scholarship was given to Golnaz from the Magic of Persia Foundation in London. Golnaz received her Master of Arts degree in Directing and Producing from the London Film School and graduated in 2015. David Lynch picked Golnaz and her short film "Avo" as the winner of The Short Film Competition for the David Lynch MFA in Film program 2016. Golnaz was granted a full academic tuition scholarship. She graduated from Maharishi International University with a Master of Fine Arts degree in 2018.

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