Umbanda ritual in South East London, England. 2014.
- Format: Long lasting archival pigment print using industry standard Epson Matte paper
- Edition: One of ten prints (each edition available marked as #/10)
- Size: 55.4cm x 36.93cm*
- Framing: the print is sold unframed
- Signed on recto (front) below the image on the bottom right-hand side of the paper and on the verso (back)
* The image will measure 55.4cm x 36.93cm printed on 59.4cm x 42cm paper
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Renowned for his subtle, thoughtful long-term studies on modernisation and the environment, Matthew Webb's photographs have been shown in 31 solo shows in the UK, Russia, across the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and in Brazil; coinciding with
his time living in each region. Webb’s work has been championed by various media inc. The Moscow Times, National Geographic Russia, L'Oeil de la Photographie, Time Out, Snob.ru, The Village, Vedomosti, ITAR-TASS and TV Dozhd.
Webb’s photographs can be found in the Russian State Darwin Museum, Buckingham Palace Collection, UNHCR offices and private collections. He is the Managing Trustee at photography outreach startup "Eyes of the Street" and Director of Photography at Panorama Journal.