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After the flood, after the Red River Valley. From The Unseen: An Atlas of Infrared Plates - Limited Edition 2 of 12
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After the flood, after the Red River Valley. From The Unseen: An Atlas of Infrared Plates - Limited Edition 2 of 12 Photograph

Ed Thompson

United Kingdom

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Size: 40 W x 30 H x 0.1 D in

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This photograph is from the third chapter of the photography book 'The Unseen: An Atlas of Infrared Plates (Schilt Publishing 2016) and document flooding in India. Infrared was historically used in the flooding of the Red River Valley to try to illustrate damage of salt water to crops. In this series Thompson aimed to refocus the use of infrared to focus on damage of flooding to people instead of agriculture.

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Photography Print:Color on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:2

Size:40 W x 30 H x 0.1 D in

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Ed Thompson is a British photographer, artist and lecturer. His own photographic work has focused on various subjects over the years from covering environmental issues, socio-political movements, subcultures and the consequences of war. His documentary photo-essays have been published in international magazines including National Geographic Magazine, Newsweek Japan, Greenpeace Magazine, The Guardian Weekend Magazine and The Sunday Times Magazine Spectrum Supplement (U.K). His work has been exhibited at Christies, Somerset House and Four Corners Gallery (London) and shown as part of photography festivals in Arles (France), Tampere (Finland), Zingst (Germany) & London (U.K). He developed a distinctive style from an early apprenticeship with the Russian photographer Sergey Chilikov, whom he met at the Arles Photography Festival in 2002. That summer he stayed with Sergey in Paris and learnt the value of shooting everyday life, Sergeys friend, Gueorgui Pinkhassov, told him how the everyday can allow you to touch at something great.

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