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18 August 2016

After War

What is there left to see on a battlefield long after the fighting comes to an end? How have artists addressed the September 11? What does a renowed war photographer
do when not photographing war?

 

YAN MORVAN

BATTLEFIELDS

Yan Morvan travelled the world obsessively photographing battlefields, accurately recording the topographical details of land on which men fought.

 

ALEXANDRE GUIRKINGER

MAGINOT LINE

The Maginot Line it is often invisible. When it reappears in Alexandre Guirkinger’s photographs, it becomes land art or a buried utopia.

 

DON MCCULLIN

LOOKING BEYOND THE EDGE

He is best known as a remarkable war photographer. But this exhibition looks beyond, reminding us that McCullin is quite simply a remarkable photographer.

 

NOTHING BUT BLUE SKIES

LOOKING BACK A THE MEDIA’S IMAGE OF SEPTEMBER 11

The event’s mediatized image and its dissemination became the central subject of many works. Between the erasure of a symbol and the repetition of its image.