September 2021 Print of the Month: Sleeper Cell from the “Cuba: Living Under The Shadow” portfolio
This month’s collectable is The Child Who Could Be Someone from the Cuba: Living Under The Shadow Gallery.
“The Child Who Could Be Someone” is an iconic print from Sam Dobrow’s Cuba: Living Under The Shadow portfolio. The portfolio is a collection of storytelling prints that convey a sense of what it is like to live in an authoritarian society; a place where everyone lives in absolute fear of the government with no hope of escape from oppression. Sam chose this image to highlight the waste of human potential under authoritarian rule. He saw this child sitting outside at night in the dilapidated streets of Old Havana and wondered “what could become of this child in a free society?” The entire portfolio paints a grim, somewhat dystopian perspective of life in Cuba. Listen in as Sam discusses his Cuba portfolio at an artist talk for Atlanta Celebrates Photography.
Collect limited editions of Sam Dobrow’s art through the Print of the Month program. These prints are high quality giclee prints produced “poster style” on photographic paper with archival inks. The prints are only available to order during the promotion month and only the number of prints ordered will be produced. Your print will be shipped at the end of the month. What this means to you is that you will receive a limited edition print at a very reasonable price. You won’t be paying gallery commissions, expensive framing, and bulky item shipping costs. All the prints will be produced at a standard 24×36 size to fit easily into pre-made frames. Free delivery in the United States.