Paul Graham and Clément Chéroux in conversation on MACK LIVE

On the occasion of the republication of Troubled Land, join Paul Graham in conversation with Clément Chéroux, chief curator of photography at MoMA, New York, as they discuss Graham's remarkable trilogy of books made in and about the United Kingdom of the 1980s, talking in detail about the making of each body of work and their influences.

Thursday 16 June
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About Troubled Land
An iconic project made at the height of the ‘Troubles’, Troubled Land deals with the small but insistent signs of political division embedded in the landscape of Northern Ireland.  Originally published in 1986, Troubled Land is reprinted here for the first time in thirty-five years. Controversial then for its use of colour and refusal to follow the clichéd tropes of photojournalism, the book was pivotal in providing a fresh perspective on Northern Ireland’s ‘Troubles’ and left a lasting impact on landscape photography, suggesting how it might engage with politics and society rather than escape from them.

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