Posts Tagged ‘Richard Mosse’

Richard Mosse: Infrared photographs of war-torn Congo

Today’s feature is brought to you by our friends at Flavorwire, where Marina Galperina speaks to Richard Mosse about his infrared photographs of war-torn Congo. A military village emerges from the hills of hot pink. A soldier lurks in a crimson jungle. A man with a face erupted in scar tissue from a war trauma pauses for a portrait. Photographer Richard Mosse has captured the[.....]

Richard Mosse: The Fall

On view through December 23, 2009 at Jack Shainman Gallery in New York City is the new photographic series, The Fall, by Irish artist Richard Mosse. For the exhibition, Mosse has created a series of epic landscape-based documentary photographs that survey a variety of wreckage in remote locations such as the Patagonian Andes and the Yukon Territories. Images of downed planes, exploded cars, and dirt[.....]