The Color of War in Congo - Photographs - NYTimes.com. The pink tint is because the photographer used an infrared lens.

The Color of War in Congo

War photographer Richard Mosse spent his time in the Democratic Republic of Congo shooting on Kodak Aerochrome film originally designed to help pilots spot camouflage, bathing surreal scenes of conflict in cotton-candy colors.

CONGO AEROCHROME PHOTOGRAPHS BY RICHARD MOSSE

Congo aerochrome photographs by Richard Mosse

Infrared Photography, Congo, Color Photography, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, African Art, Photos Of, Ticket, Literature

Richard Mosse, Invasive Exotics, 2012. Digital c-print. © Richard Mosse. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.

Richard Mosse, Invasive Exotics, Digital c-print. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.

Candy-Colored Congo Sees Waking Dreams Verge Into Nightmares | Raw File | Wired.com

Candy-Colored Congo Sees Waking Dreams Verge Into Nightmares

Exhibition and videos: 'Richard Mosse: The Enclave' - winner of Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2014 at The Photographers' Gallery, London "Men are bastards. War is bastardry. 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart' 2012

Richard Mosse | Photography

Laredo, Texas, 2008 from Richard Mosse's "Nada Que Declarar" Photography series

Airside by Richard Mosse

This might be one of my favourite photos of all time.

Infrared Photos Show An Endless War In Surreal Hues PHOTOGRAPHS OF EASTERN CONGO SHOT USING AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE FILM ARE A HALLUCINATORY ANTITHESIS TO TRADITIONAL WAR PHOTOGRAPHY.

Infrared Photos Show An Endless War In Surreal Hues

Infra War - War photographer Richard Mosse spent his time in the Democratic Republic of Congo shooting on Kodak Aerochrome film originally designed to help pilots spot camouflage, bathing surreal scenes of conflict in cotton-candy colors.

Richard Mosse - this image relates to the environment we live in with such conflict and shows how even in such a beautiful world there are such horrors that we have to cope with.

Richard Mosse - this image relates to the environment we live in with such conflict and shows how even in such a beautiful world there are such horrors that we have to cope with.


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