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Robot Sculpture by Rena Effendi

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Open Edition Print by Rena Effendi | @renaeffendiphoto
Award-winning photographers have contributed prints from their archive for a time-limited sale on ISHKAR. All profits from the print sale will go to EMERGENCY centres in Afghanistan. Donations will fund specialist training of local nurses & doctors who will go on to treat thousands of patients in need across the country. Prints will be for sale online at special, one-off prices and available for a limited six week period: Friday 1st July - Monday 15th August.

"A Soviet statue of a robot in front of a Petro chemical factory in Sumgait Azerbaijan. 2007" - Rena Effendi

*All prints come with a certificate of authenticity signed by the photographer.
*Once placed, your order will be dispatched in 2-3 working days.


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We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 14 days of receipt of delivery. 

• Returned items must be unworn, unwashed and undamaged products purchased directly from ISHKAR.com.
• Proof of purchase is required. • Custom and made-to-order objects are non-refundable unless faulty.
• Photography prints are printed to order and are therefore not refundable.
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Rena Effendi

Rena Effendi is an award-winning documentary photographer, whose early work focused on the human cost of oil. As a result, she followed an oil pipeline through Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey, collecting stories along the way. This work was published in 2009 in "Pipe Dreams: A chronicle of lives along the pipeline". Effendi is a frequent contributor to the National Geographic magazine, and has worked on assignments for the New Yorker, New York Times, TIME and many others. Rena Effendi’s work has been shortlisted for the Prix Pictet twice in 2011 and 2019. Recipient of many international awards, such as the Prince Claus Fund Award for Culture and Development, World Press Photo, Getty Images Editorial Grant, Alexia Foundation Grant, her work has been exhibited worldwide at the Victoria & Albert Museum, Saatchi Gallery, Istanbul Modern and the 52nd Venice Biennial.

Instagram: @renaeffendiphoto

the impact

All profits from the print sale will go to EMERGENCY's crucial work in Afghanistan. Donations will fund specialist training of local nurses & doctors, who will go on to treat thousands of patients in need across the country. On the 15th of August 2021, Afghanistan fell to the Taliban. One year later the world’s attention has moved on. However the situation in Afghanistan is getting worse and worse. Faced with economic sanctions, severe drought, the cumulative toll of decades of war and renewed violence, the role EMERGENCY plays in Afghanistan is more critical than ever.

“My message is urgent: Don’t shut the door on the people of Afghanistan" Martin Griffiths, the U.N.’s emergency aid coordinator.



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