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an old ship

cape north (2015)

Andrey Shapran

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Chukotka peninsula, an extreme point of Russia known as Cape North, nicknamed so by captain James Cook on his visit in 1778. Shapran travelled there between autumn and winter to capture its quiet but unpredictable landscape and the traces of human life now buried beneath the snow. The Cape North is the northern territory of the most closed area on the planet: only Soviet military bases and labour camps of the Gulag disturbed the Arctic wildlife and eternal silence the these lands. Cape North as all Arctic lands completely depends on the elements. The elements in constant motion transform the world abandoned by people. It sinks in the sand or pebbles, the sea swallows its parts, the sea salt corrodes metal. Covered by thick layer of grey seawater ice wrecks look like monsters, voiceless and immobile.

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Andrey Shapran

Andrey Shapran was born in 1968 in Latvia , he has received multiple awards in the past 20 years. Andrey is as much a survivalist as a documentary photographer. He sees himself as a observer, a camera became a medium between him and surrounding world.  His career has taken him to the most isolated regions through treacherous climates to places many people would never see in their lifetimes. 

an old ship

Andrey Shapran

Chukotka peninsula, an extreme point of Russia known as Cape North, nicknamed so by captain James Cook on his visit in 1778. Shapran travelled there between autumn and winter to capture its quiet but unpredictable landscape and the traces of human life now buried beneath the snow. The Cape North is the northern territory of the most closed area on the planet: only Soviet military bases and labour camps of the Gulag disturbed the Arctic wildlife and eternal silence the these lands. Cape North as all Arctic lands completely depends on the elements. The elements in constant motion transform the world abandoned by people. It sinks in the sand or pebbles, the sea swallows its parts, the sea salt corrodes metal. Covered by thick layer of grey seawater ice wrecks look like monsters, voiceless and immobile.

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