Richard Ansett, Boy with Head Injury
The Collection

Richard Ansett

Boy with Head Injury, Donetsk, Ukraine, 2011
From the Hospital Gardens, Ukraine series
Website - RichardAnsett.com

Richard Ansett's images are in permanent and private collections including the National Portrait Galleries of London, Canada, Smithsonian, Washington DC, Bibliotheque Nationale de France and Musee de la Photographie, Belgium. His images have been part of major collaborative exhibitions worldwide. He received the gold award at Prix de la Photographie, Paris in 2011, winner of the Arte Laguna Prize 2013 and winner of Grande Prix de la Decouverte in 2013.

Posted on Wednesday, March 28, 2012.

 

 

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