Richard Mosse does not look like your average war photographer. Softly spoken, engaging and incredibly polite, it's difficult to imagine him in the middle of any conflict situation, much less one of the most violent, complicated and long-running wars in the world.
Yet that is exactly where he has spent a considerable amount of his career as a photographic artist: in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), where 5.4 million people have died as a...
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