The Color of War in Congo.

The Color of War in Congo by Richard Mosse (Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark)

the most harrowing short film by Richard Mosse from time he spent travelling with military in the Congo.

swintons: “ The Infra series: Come Out - ph. Richard Mosse North Kivu, Eastern Congo, 2011 ” Infrared photography is so cool.

Soldiers' uniforms turn purple, vegetation magenta … the infrared film used by photographer Richard Mosse forces us to see the conflicts of Congo in different ways

Congo: Across the spectrum – in pictures

Photographer Richard Mosse used a discontinued Kodak film called Aerochrome to turn the war-torn landscape of the Democratic Republic of Congo into a variety of pink and purple.

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Deutsche Borse Photography Prize April - Jun 2014 Photographers Gallery Richard Mosse, 'Safe From Harm, North Kivu, eastern Congo', 2012

The Color of War in Congo - Photographs - NYTimes.com, richard mosse

The Color of War in Congo

First we take Manhattan, 2012 © Richard Mosse / Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York

Richard Mosse, Lac Vert, 2012, from The Enclave (Aperture, 2013). Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery.

Richard Mosse's 'The Enclave'

The Impossible Image: Richard Mosse

The Congo by Richard Moss via wired: The false-color infrared satellite film was…

Drag, 2012 © Richard Mosse / Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York

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“Drag,” a work by Richard Mosse showing at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark. lighting meets a very dark image

Mosse’s shadowy renderings erase the lines that have been drawn between refugees, immigrants, natives, citizens, and the rest.

Richard Mosse’s “Heat Maps”: A Military-Grade Camera Repurposed on the Migrant Trail

Richard Mosse’s “Heat Maps”: A Military-Grade Camera Repurposed on the Migrant Trail - The New Yorker

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"Richard Mosse uses military-grade surveillance equipment intended for detecting enemy movement for an unintended use: to document the plight of refugees, an extension of an earlier project titled Incoming.

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