The Wakhan Journey


The Wakhan Journey

­Milk Studios recently held an exhibit, “The Wakhan Journey”, showcasing the photography of Fabrice Nadjari and Cedric Houin (aka Varial). The two photographers documented their journeys through the Wakhan corrider in Afghanistan – a 140-mile stretch of land and home to 12,000 people. They first took Polaroid photos with each of their subjects and then photographed the subject holding the Polaroid. The photographs depict life in Afghanistan outside of the negative images we generally see from the media – photos of mothers, fathers, children, and families.

The event was also a live auction and fundraiser and lasted just 4 days. Duggal printed, mounted and installed over 50 prints for the event including several metallic prints mounted to aluminum with matte lamination, deep matte prints mounted to aluminum, and some oversized prints on digital c matte paper mounted to aluminum with a matte lamination. Duggal also printed a step and repeat banner for the opening.

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