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Photo shot with an iPhone 12 printed on 100x70cm 3mm dibond, mounting set included.
Megenagna is the Amharic word for meeting place or place to meet. One of the busiest bus and taxi stops in Addis Ababa bears the same name. During rush hour there are thousands of people walking around trying to get a bus or taxi. “I love capturing Megenagna because I can find almost every type of person here from different backgrounds and it is such an interesting process to find a beautiful thing in this hustle and bustle.”
About the artist
Abinet Teshome (@abonthestreet) is a true street photographer, roaming Addis Ababa, the unofficial capital of the continent of Africa, with his iPhone. With his photography he is on a constant mission to show a new way of seeing Ethiopia.
About the Nocroni Art Project
The Nocroni Global Art Project connects upcoming artists with people across the globe in times of pandemic where artists search for new ways to find new audiences. The project presents six affordable artworks, each exclusively printed on aluminium in a limited edition of 50. Nocroni founders Bob en Teun curated six total different artists, each with their own style and story, with whom they share their ongoing quest for discovering the layers behind the obvious surface of one’s day-to-day environment.
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