Aftermath (1990s)

Over the years, especially in the 1990s and 2000s, I made several photo series about long-term consequences of wars. These resulted in two big projects in the years after 2000: Traces of War (see here, and for the book: here) and Comfort Women (here, and for the book: here).

In AFTERMATH, you can see the earlier series about different aspects of long-term consequences of wars.

Land mines in Cambodia (1987-1997)

  Land mines in Cambodia: A legacy of three decades of war   In a small hospital in Phnom Malai, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold on the Thai-Cambodian border, I […]

Vietnam: Bomb Craters of the Mind (1990-1992)

  Vietnam: Bomb Craters of the Mind   Since the end of the Vietnam War in 1975, the physical bomb craters have been filled in or transformed into ponds packed […]

Azerbaijan, the Nagorno-Karabach War: Faces of Death (1994)

  Azerbaijan, the Nagorno-Karabach War: Faces of Death   The Nagorno-Karabakh War between the majority ethnic Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh, with the backing of the Republic of Armenia, and the Republic […]

Mozambique: Arms into Art (2002)

  Mozambique: Arms into Art   Two years after the war of independence ended, in 1977, the Mozambican Civil War broke out between the ruling left-wing Frelimo and the guerilla-organisation […]