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Tribal Girl Art Print featuring the photograph Tribal girl at the door by Robert Bociaga

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8.00" x 4.50"

Overall:

10.00" x 6.50"

 

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Tribal girl at the door Art Print

Robert Bociaga

by Robert Bociaga

$53.00

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Tribal girl at the door art print by Robert Bociaga.   Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

Design Details

A glimmer of hope? After being pushed by Tagalog people from their original settlements, Mangyan tribes moved to the hills. They are often landless... more

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Art Print Tags

art prints tribal girl ethnic minority tribe tribes island ethnicity ethnology philippines asia culture trip child front door dark

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photographs tribal girl ethnic minority tribe tribes island ethnicity ethnology philippines asia culture trip child front door dark

Comments (1)

Ry M

Ry M

Thank you for bringing awareness to marginalized people like this dear Mangyan girl.

Artist's Description

A glimmer of hope? After being pushed by Tagalog people from their original settlements, Mangyan tribes moved to the hills. They are often landless and impoverished which constrain their development. I paid a visit to Mangyan people near Calapan on Mindoro Island shortly before the Christmas 2019. / Philippines

About Robert Bociaga

Robert Bociaga

Robert Bociaga is a traveling photojournalist specializing in International Affairs. He is based in Southeast Asia and focuses on business and social issues around culture change, urbanization, political marginalization, poverty, religion and destruction of nature. He holds a master degree in Law. www.robert-bociaga.com [email protected]

 

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