Richard Mosse, photographer
TIME Magazine published a 6-page photo essay (“The Tunnel Economy of Gaza,” October 2009) showcasing photographer Richard Mosse’s work in the tiny coastal territory, as well as a 14-page essay (“The Tent Cities of Haiti,” May 2010) in which he captured the devastation from the January 2010 Haiti earthquake. Richard’s travels also have taken him to Iraq, Australia, Thailand, and Argentina. He followed these trips with “The Fall,” an exhibition at Jack Shaiman Gallery in New York City in which he showcased photography undertaken as a Leonore Annenberg Fellow. The work involved shooting with infrared film in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He later continued the work as a Guggenheim Fellow.  Richard’s work is now part of the permanent collection at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City. In 2013, Richard represented Ireland at the Venice Biennale which he describes as “one of the greatest honours possible, for an artist.”  In 2014, he won the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize.  In 2017, Richard won the 7th Pictet Prize award for his work ‘Heat Maps  Click here for more information on Richard Mosse.


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