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

Infrared photography by Richard Mosse (via @Diana Moss)

Infrared photography by Richard Mosse (via Avery Moss) Members of the Congo Military photographed with infrared film. I imagine that had they known the photographers photos turned out like this, he would have been in big trouble.

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The Color of War in Congo

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Richard Mosse - Jack Shainman Gallery

Richard Mosse is an Irish born photographer who shoots documentary + contemporary art photography with Kodak Aerochrome (infrared) film.

#WOWW Richard Mosse's "Beginning to See the Light" is part of his renowned Infra series. Taken with a discontinued military infra-red film, Mosse's photographs use an almost other-worldly vibrancy and beauty to bring attention to an often invisible conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo. #RichardMosse #jackshainmangallery @richard_mosse #infra

From Leyendecker, Richard Mosse, Beginning To See The Light 71 × 89 cm

Venice Biennale 2013 : A still from The Enclave by Richard Mosse A female rebel from Mai Mai Yakutumba simulates battle at a secret base in the jungle near Lake Tanganyika in South Kivu, E Congo Feb 12.

Venice Biennale: 10 of the best artists – in pictures

Venice Biennale 2013 : A still from The Enclave by Richard Mosse A female rebel from Mai Mai Yakutumba simulates battle at a secret base in the jungle near Lake Tanganyika in South Kivu, E Congo Feb

Richard Mosse: The Impossible Image from Frieze

Watch: Richard Mosse Talks His New Infrared Multi-Media Installation "The Enclave"

Lomography Purple: Why Would You Want Your Greens to Be Purple?

North Kivu, Eastern Congo The photographer Richard Mosse use one type of color infrared film called Kodak Aerochrome. , rendering the green landscape in vivid hues of lavender, crimson, and hot pink.

Richard Mosse - Infra (2010-11)  The heart of the Congo captured using dead-stock Kodak infrared film

Richard Mosse - Infra The heart of Congo captured using dead-stock Kodak infrared film

Beautiful Pink Landscapes in Congo – Fubiz Media

Beautiful Pink Landscapes in Congo

landscape-photo-graphy: “The Stunning Pink Infrared Landscapes of the Congo by Richard Mosse Photographer Richard Mosse is known for capturing the landscape of war-torn zones and turmoil infested.

Richard Mosse, Invasive Exotics, 2012. Digital c-print. © Richard Mosse. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.

Richard Mosse, Invasive Exotics, Digital c-print. Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.

“Quick”, a series of photos from Eastern Congo, by Richard Mosse. Shot with Kodak Aerochrome infrared film

Richard Mosse

Richard Mosse is an Irish born photographer who shoots documentary + contemporary art photography with Kodak Aerochrome (infrared) film.

CONGO AEROCHROME PHOTOGRAPH BY RICHARD MOSSE

Congo aerochrome photographs by Richard Mosse

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