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Birdman, Beirut

by Sean Hemmerle (*1966)

The photography of Sean Hemmerle reminds us to look at what is left in a world conflicted and ravaged by war and decay. The images show the remnant beauty in places most often associated with uselessness. Beirut, Afghanistan, New York, Detroit. All of these, places where the visible scars of mankind’s destructive nature can be found, and where the echoes of beauty remain. Sean Hemmerle has traveled the world extensively. He has photographed for the likes of Time Magazine, New York Magazine and Metropolis Magazine. His work has been exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago and the Huston Museum of Fine Art as well as having found its way into multiple private collection throughout the world.

  • Material

    Digital Chromogenic Print

  • Size

    85×105 cm

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