A photographic journey among the Korowai and Kombai of West Papua, Indonesia. Certainly one of the most remote places left on earth.
Acerca del autorgrenville charles
grenster sheffield, yorkshire, england
Grenville is a freelance photographer based in the north of England. His work is varied including work for the BBC and film stills for feature films such as Hush, The Reeds and Splintered. He studied at
Plymouth college of Art & Design in 1986 and later at Central St Martins College in London. Some of his fine art work utilizes his printmaking skills in combination with his photography.
He has a passion for tribal cultures. This led him to travel to Asia
where he photographed the Vietnam Hill Tribes of the central highlands. A year later he traveled to the remote jungles of West Papua to document the Korowai and Mek tribes and most recently the Kombai and Asmat.
He was shortlisted in 2004 and was the runner up in 2008 for the Wanderlust Travel Photographer of the Year.
In 2008 he was one of only 22 photographers selected from international applicants to participate in a 5 day Magnum Workshop. He has exhibited at The Photographers Gallery, London.and the Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool.
Fecha de publicación 06 de octubre de 2009
Categoría Arte y fotografía
Etiquetas black & white, new guinea, irian jaya, west papua, grenville charles, journalism, ethnography, anthropology, kombai, korowai, indonesia, papua, indigenous, tribal, tribe, travel, photography