Hozho
Hozho
Hozho
Hozho
Hozho
Hozho
Hozho

Hozho

Photographs by Angélique Boudet

Landscapes

Hozho is a word used by a Native-American tribe, the Navajos, it means healing beauty and harmony with the world. This series gathers pictures taken in Brazil, Italy, Canada, Mexico and Marocco.

Description:
19 black and white photographs on baryta paper
Dimensions 28 x 28 cm (11 x 11 inches)
Black frame, 40 x 50 cm (15 x 20 inches)

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