Monday October 26, 2020

Exhibition

In the aftermath of the global financial meltdown, photographer Mark Curran looked to create a visual representation of that collapse.

24th August, 2013
Bethlehem, a trader at the Ethiopian Commodity Exchange, by Mark Curran.

In the aftermath of the global financial meltdown, photographer Mark Curran looked to create a visual representation of that collapse.

His project, entitled The Market, looks at the iconography of the trading room floor in an exploration of "the predatory impact of global capital".

It took 18 months for the Irish-born artist to negotiate access to the word's stock exchanges, on a journey that brought him from the Irish Stock Exchange in Dublin to Canary...

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