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Dima, Matsesta, Russia, 2009.

Little Dima burned his legs at a wild barbecue party thrown by his parents. His doctor prescribed a visit to Matsesta, renowned for its magical sulfur baths. He now sleeps in one of the sanatorium’s small rooms, and for six minutes three times a day he sits with his burned legs under running sulfurous water. Any longer and the remedial effects of the powerful water would be worse than the complaint, says the attending nurse.

From the series: An Atlas of War and Tourism in the Caucasus
Original: Medium format 6x7 cm negative film
Print technique: Digital c-print
Print size: 80 x 96 cm. (31.5 x 37.8 in)
Mounting: Dibond
Frame: Walnut / glass


Item Price Qty Total
Total () € 127.20