WMD Iraq

After Saddam Hussein and his army were ousted from Kuwait in 1991 it fell on the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM) to rid Iraq of WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction).  This is the photographical record of the task diligently carried out by the small group of United Nations Weapons Inspectors who reported to the UN Security Council that Iraq had “no military significant” WMD left and was monitoring that Iraq did not reconstitute any such programs. However, the US and the UK decided to ignore the facts and invaded Iraq in 2003 under false pretences. A more detailed account is available in the e-book. Selected prints are available in two sizes:

  • 70×50 cm with a 5 cm white border printed on Hahnemuhle baryta paper with archival inks.  Numbered and signed in verso. Limited Edition of 20
  • 50×40 cm with a 5 cm white border printed on Hahnemuhle baryta paper with archival inks.  Signed in verso.

The original images were shot on film which is not as sharp as today’s digital cameras. The film was scanned and cropped to suit the print sizes.
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