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Edmund Clark's 'Mountains of Majeed'

The 27th of February saw the opening of an exciting exhibition at Flowers Gallery (Hoxton, London) – Edmund Clark and ‘The Mountains of Majeed’.

Clark’s photography occupies the top floor of the gallery, whilst on the ground floor, the expressive paintings of Peter Schmersal (modern re-workings of old masterpieces) complement the striking images upstairs. 574 more words


Hasselblad Workshop W/ Edmund Clark x RaveDGP

Hasselblad Workshop W/ Edmund Clark

I was recently involved in a Hasselblad workshop/masterclass organised via the DGP course at Ravensbourne University London in collaboration with photographer Edmund Clark. 74 more words

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Beyond the Devil’s Rope

A review of the new work ‘Mountains of Majeed’ by photographer Edmund Clark

Edmund Clark has been photographing behind the scenes of the West’s ‘War on Terror’ since the late 2000’s. 511 more words


Inside Afghanistan's Bagram Airfield

Last December, the United States and its allies ended their official combat operations in Afghanistan, closed the infamous detention facility at Bagram Airfield, and left behind only a small force to conduct security training. 600 more words

Edmund Clark's Provocative Observation that Most People Stationed to Afghanistan Never See It

Edmund Clark is cheeky, thoughtful and a bit subversive in his critique of institutional power. During his 10 days embedded at Bagram Airbase in October 2013, he realised most people there don’t ever get outside its confines. 126 more words


Thinking about form: Mishka Henner’s feedlots and Edmund Clark’s Guantanamo Bay

Mishka Henner’s feedlots are wonderful: why? Because they do exactly what I want to do with my work. The feedlots make a statement about the state of the food industry in parts of the USA: its impact on the landscape and about privacy/secrecy and the power of big corporations to sway government when it is unclear whether or not it is in the interests of the general population. 297 more words