Bernie Clarkson | 57th Painting
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57th Painting

The trauma of the human condition involved in war is forever caught by photographers in the faces of children. The original image gave me no information as to why the child was crying but the fact that he stands so close to a heavily armed soldier creates its own unnerving narrative. The jewel-like colours of the child’s red hoody and turquoise background sit behind the power of the camouflage and weaponry.

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