Tag: war

Rafael Heygster: I died 22 times

Reading Time: 3 minutes In an ongoing project, Rafael Hygster investigates manifestations of war beyond the battlefield: as a game, and as a business

14 April 2020

Rewriting a resistance

Reading Time: 4 minutes Calle Tredici Martiri by Jason Koxvold is a fictional interpretation of his grandfather’s campaign against the Nazi occupation of Italy, fusing the past and present to explore the impossibility of photographic truth

31 May 2019

Helping refugees starts in London with Giles Duley's interactive exhibition

Reading Time: 7 minutes “The exhibition just becomes this transition point. There will be new artwork created by the exhibition. I think that’s exciting: it means it becomes alive. These often tragic stories will continue living in other forms, whether through painting or through music, so it’s about making the exhibition a place of life and a celebration of that life,” says Giles Duley, the photographer who has spent months travelling Europe and the Middle East to document the refugee crisis with UNHCR. Taking images from his photobook, I Can Only Tell You What I See, the display will feature artists in residence, a soundscape from Massive Attack and will host an evening supper so as visitors can sit and discuss the work and the wider problems surrounding the refugee crisis.

25 September 2017