Portrait of Bhavesh, Dan Smith, 2016.
Bhavesh manages the cutting department at MSA Ethos. When he was ten years of age, he suffered from an electric shock that severely damaged and burned one of his legs, needing for it to be amputated. At first, he felt depressed and thought he “was falling behind in life”, but he overcame a lot of emotions with strength to regain the stamina and courage to work as actively as he does now. He is especially proud of his ability to spend long hours at MSA Ethos on his feet and play cricket with his family. Drawing from his own hardships, Bhavesh advocates for garment workers’ ability to work freely at MSA Ethos as he feels that women are, at times, held back by conservative viewpoints in their villages.
Print is framed.
Print Details: 44" x 33"; Museum-quality Black and White Archival Giclée Inkjet Print; Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta Paper (325 gsm). Print by Giulia Berto
Frame Details: Wooden; 0.75" Face x 2.18" Depth; Black Finish.