- Limited edition archival print exclusively for House of Exposure
- Each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, hand numbered and signed by the artist
- Printed on museum quality archival paper with archival grade inks
- Each print arrives in House of Exposure's signature packaging
House of Exposure is honored to present this exclusive limited edition by Giles Duley. Photojournalist Giles Duley has worked with well respected charities such as Medecins sans Frontiers, IOM and UNHCR to highlight lesser known stories deserving of public attention and action. In 2011, while on patrol with the US Army in Afghanistan, Duley stepped on an improvised explosive device, losing both legs and an arm. Despite this, he has returned to work this year to great acclaim. This image, taken in South Sudan in 2009 shows Murle women in Lekwongole, a region that has been engaged in bloody inter-tribal raids and warfare. It is a prime example of Duley’s ability, in photographs and in life, to capture the strength of those who fight their adversity rather than succumb.