In 1936, just twenty-two years old, the young Danish Jette Bang, trained photographer and adventurer, left for Greenland for an eight month trip. She travelled along the west coast of the country in a sleigh and stayed in remote colonies where she shared the population’s daily life. From her numerous photographs, she created a collection and an account of the hunting culture of the time.
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