The artist, the subject of a sweeping new exhibition in New York this month, talks to Amelia Martyn-Hemphill.
Amelia is a freelance, multimedia journalist who has worked in London,
New York, and Moscow. She studied English literature at Oxford
University and received her master's degree from Columbia Journalism
For his Imago Mundi exhibition, which opens this week in Venice, Luciano Benetton invited 1,000 artists worldwide to create works no larger than a postcard.
How do you get people to pay attention to a terrible war? Artist Richard Mosse uses psychedelic color photographs to make your head snap—and cause controversy.