Himba families from Namibia live in small temporary dwellings – their natural environment provides them with everything they need. Once the great cattle breeders of the continent, the Himba rely heavily on their animals for survival. Their huts are constructed of branches packed with plaster made from cattle dung and clay. Cattle skins provide mats to sleep on and skirts for women and children. Calabashes hold the milk which is the main staple of the Himba diet. 1994
C-Print: Chromira Digital Archive Prints on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, hand-signed by the artists, Print Sheets Sizes are listed, Prints are unmatted/unmounted.
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