The London Gallery Proud Chelsea present Last Days of the Arctic: a moving and insightful photographic portrait of a disappearing landscape and the Inuit people who inhabit it, by the photojournalist Ragnar Axelsson. Inspired by the fast diminishing way of life of communities dependent on nature and the land around them for survival, Axelsson presents photographs of Greenlandic hunters in one of the most remote regions of the world, and at once demonstrates its temporality.
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