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Bikes of Hanoi - Fish Seller - Reverse - Limited Edition of 15
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Bikes of Hanoi - Fish Seller - Reverse - Limited Edition of 15 Photograph

Jon Enoch

United Kingdom

Photography, C-type on Paper

Size: 30.5 W x 44.5 H x 0 D in

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British portrait photographer Jon Enoch project documenting the use of mopeds in Hanoi, Vietnam. Here a local man sells fish as pets from the back of his scooter which he rides from location to location. "Mopeds are a way of life in South East Asia, the workhorse of the city, carrying a vast and unusual array of goods," says Enoch, based in London. "When I first travelled around South East Asia 15 years ago, the motorbikes and mopeds just astounded me. Initially, that level of traffic that never stops is overwhelming to the senses - you wonder how you'll ever manage to cross a road," he explains. "After that initial shock, I began to be fascinated by the drivers and deliveries. Seeing really unusual deliveries, like a huge pile of eggs, towering bags of ice or an enormous mound of flowers, was visually so stunning I started asking people if I could take photos of them. "There is such a skill to loading up a motorbike to this level, and knowing what your limits are, and then on top of that, getting to your destination with a full undamaged load. These motorbikes allow small businesses to operate - it's hard to imagine what the city will look and feel like without them." Vietnam has the highest number of motorbikes in all of South-East Asia and Hanoi officials have long talked about banning them to modernise the city. There are five million motorbikes for a population of seven million - and only half a million cars. Travelling to Vietnam in February 2019 during the dry cooler season, Jon worked every evening to capture the stunning images in the glow of the city, each image full of atmosphere. "I had been planning this series of photographs for a really long time, so when I read that motorbikes would be banned within the next 10 years I knew I had to fly over and finish this project as soon as possible," he said. Image is 107cm by 71.4cm with a 3cm white boarder taking the total print size up to 113cm x 77.4cm

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Photography Print:C-type on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:15

Size:30.5 W x 44.5 H x 0 D in

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Jon Enoch is a London-based photographer with a bold, uncomplicated approach to his work. Jon’s work has earned him widespread recognition and his work has been exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.

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