Richard Mosse’s most interesting photography

Born in 1980 in Kilkenny, Ireland, Richard Mosse is a world-renowned conceptual documentary photographer and filmmaker. He trained as an artist at various institutions, including the London Consortium, Goldsmiths at the University of London, and the School of Arts at Yale University.

Mosse strives to capture human destruction through cinematic and lush pictures in his films and conceptual documentaries. He was awarded the 2014 Deutsche Börse Prize and the 2017 Prix Pictet. Mosse’s works have been shown at the Tate Modern, Foam Fotografiemuseum, and The Bass, among other institutions.

Richard Mosse’s Enclave in Congo – Dreamlike & disturbing

In his work across eastern Congo, Richard Mosse focused on capturing the disturbing images of rebel groups fighting as they move from one place to another. The work displays the devastation brought about by the war, such as massacres, refugees, and systematic sexual violence. The entire journey across the country took four years – …

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