The Most Famous Land|S̶c̶a̶p̶e̶


As representations of brutality and death during World War I were usually censured, one of the main visual categories depicted in war photography was the landscape itself. Through a combination of historical research and environmental fieldwork focusing on photographic imagery taken during World War I, Noemi Quagliati documents the environmental recovery of the former Western Front, suggesting it might gesture to an idea of the landscape of the future.