Artist Talk with Marc Wilson — Impressions Gallery

Travel through the exhibition A Wounded Landscape alongside photographer Marc Wilson to find out more about what inspired his work. There will be a book signing session afterwards.

A Wounded Landscape: Bearing Witness to the Holocaust, functions as a visual reminder of the atrocities committed by the Nazis and their collaborators across a vast and varied landscape, where persecution often began in the places the victims called home.

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Photograph: Site of Ponary massacre. Ponary, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2019. 1941-1944; 70,000 Jews, 20,000 Poles and 8,000 Russian POW’s by German SS and Lithuanian collaborators © Marc Wilson

A Wounded Landscape: Bearing Witness to the Holocaust is a SIDE Gallery touring exhibition


  • Artist Talk with Marc Wilson — Impressions Gallery

    Marc Wilson


    (B. 1968, London) Marc Wilson’s studies took him from Sociology to Photography, and he has been taking photographs ever since. His images document the memories, histories and stories set in the landscapes surrounding us. Wilson works on long-term documentary projects. They include 'The Last Stand', 2010-2014, and 'A Wounded Landscape: Bearing Witness to the Holocaust', 2015-2021. He has published four photobooks to date. Solo exhibitions include those at Side Gallery, The Royal Armouries Museum, Focal Point Gallery (UK), and Spazio Klien (Italy). Group shows include those at The Photographers Gallery and the Association of Photographers Gallery, London, and internationally at Athens Photo Festival, and Tel Aviv Museum of Art. His work has been published in numerous journals and magazines, from National Geographic and The British Journal of Photography and Raw Magazine to Wired and Dezeen.