Mario Gerth is a world-class German photographer. From his travels through 80 different countries around the world, he has brought back incredibly expressive, unique pictures. I have put together a small selection for you at Mo's Interior Art.
About the motif: The Arbore tribe is a small tribe that lives in the southwest region of the Omo Valley. They have ancestral and cultural connections with the Konso and perform many ritual dances while singing. The Arbore people are shepherds. They believe that their singing and dancing will eliminate negative energy and so their tribe will thrive.
How is the Museum Print made?
Finest photo printing, artistic perfection. The fine art print on the high-quality Hahnemühle artist paper is luxurious and authentic. An additional white border underlines the elegant appearance of the photo.
Your favorite photo is presented as in the leading galleries and museums: as an original photo print under acrylic glass. The acrylic glass gives the picture remarkable depth and brilliance. There is a suspension system made of Alu-Dibond on the back.
Dimensions: 30 x 45 cm, 50 x 75 cm, 60 x 90 cm
Material: Photo print on Hahnemühle artist paper, acrylic glass, aluminum dibond carrier
Nice to know: Production to order, delivery after approx. One week, other formats possible on request (also available as a print or canvas)
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