Tessa Bunney, Te grass weaving village
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Tessa Bunney

Te grass weaving village, Luu Thuong village, Hà Tây province, Vietnam, 2006
From the Home Work series
Website - TessaBunney.co.uk

Tessa Bunney is a documentary photographer interested in landscapes and the ways they are shaped by human activity. She works closely with the individuals and communities she photographs and her work explores people’s relationship to the environment. Home Work, her series surveying domestic labor in craft villages in Vietnam, was published by Dewi Lewis in 2010. Previous projects include documenting the lives of nomadic shepherds in the Romanian Carpathians and hill farmers in the remote moorlands of North Yorkshire (UK) where she lives and works. She is represented by Zoe Bingham Fine Art in London and KLOMPCHING Gallery in New York.

Posted on Saturday, July 23, 2011.

 

 

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