Biju Ibrahim is a young and upcoming  Photographer and Documentary Film Maker, with over seven years of experience. He is specialized in architectural photography and has a special interest in documenting local cultures and traditions. His works have been published in various national magazines. He has been part of several projects, including the Serendipity Arts Festival: The Young Subcontinent Project, Artist in Residence of Uru Art Harbour, and EtP's Public Photo-Art Project 365 Tiruvannamalai. This photograph was shot as part of Project 365 Tiruvannamalai. 

Sadhus, 30"x17", Archival Pigment Print, Biju Ibrahim

SKU: T060
₹15,000.00 Regular Price
₹10,500.00Sale Price
  • The print(s) will be sent along with an authentication certificate. They will be made on acid-free, resistant to aging archival Hahnemühle paper, UV resistant inks that can last for more than 100 years in proper conditions. The size specified includes 0.5 inches borders on all four sides. If you prefer without a border or need a larger border, please specify. The print(s) are not framed and will be sent in a stretched form.

Photographic prints are an affordable art in the world. Jugaad Foto Bazaar, India's first dedicated portal for Contemporary Photography, brings the curated best at special discounted prices. We also provide custom made print sizes and help you design your space thematically. In India, we believe in making lasting connections. That's why we print our artworks only on archival papers using archival ink that can defy time and withstand up to 100 years in proper conditions. Usually, museums and art collectors prefer this paper. We also bring platinum bromides, cyanotypes, silver gelatin, and silver bromide prints. What more, these original, exclusive prints are limited editions, and only a few will be available in the whole world. If you like to read more about our collections, check out: Abul Kalam Azad Archive | 365 Tiruvannamalai Grand Sale 2021 | Contemporary Collection | Photo Art Merchandise

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