Michal Chelbin photographs subjects from small towns in Ukraine, Eastern Europe, England, and Israel. His works address universal themes—family, aspirations to normality, puberty, the desire for fame—while exhibiting a simultaneous glimpse at strange and familiar worlds. In his own words, he says, “I search for people who have a legendary quality about them—a mix between odd and ordinary.” Paulina, Ukraine, 2005 is a classic example of his work. This high-quality C-Print comes to us from Aperture, a nonprofit organization committed to the advancement of photography.
C-Print. Limited edition of 30. Signed and numbered by the artist. Ships flat in an archival paper folder. Image dimensions: W 11” H 11”. Overall dimensions: W 16” H 20”.
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