Portrait of Sonal, Dan Smith, 2016.
Sonal decided to learn how to construct clothes because she thought it was a respectable livelihood that allowed her to work independently. She joined MSA Ethos as an operator because she found it difficult to reach other factories and also found the services offered at MSA beneficial. She likes being able to reach home on a timely basis, as she has to help her family in household chores. Sonal wants to learn business skills. Coming from a family that doesn’t force her to go to work for financial support, compounded by the presence of a bank on the premises of MSA, Sonal is able to save a fraction of her income for her future.
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.
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