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    Jack Shainman Gallery presented work from Richard Mosse, who uses a discontinued infrared surveillance film originally developed for military reconnaissance to photograph the landscape and military rebel groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The spectrum of the film renders colors of crimson, turquoise and hot pink, transforming topography into mythical and surreal places and bringing a softness and intimacy to the portraits of soldiers, who are often children. The work blurs lines.

  • Karem Ulloa

    #RichardMosse - Nowhere To Run, South Kivu, Eastern #Congo, 2010 #nature

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    richard mosse photographer photography quick infrared film kodak aerochrome congo

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