Two Sides of Life in Greenland

Of the roughly fifty-six thousand people who live in Greenland, the world’s largest island, the vast majority are Inuit, and almost a quarter live in the capital city, Nuuk. The rest of the country is made up of smaller towns and isolated coastal settlements in which people still rely on traditional methods of hunting and fishing for fish, seal, and whale meat. Inspired by the work of the mid-twentieth-century Danish photographer Jette Bang, who devoted her career to documenting Inuit...

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