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LL/43622
David Dare Parker
A patient at the hospice dies of AIDS. A family photograph is a reminder of the man's life before the disease. .Wat Prah Bat Nam Phu hospice, Lop Buri.
[HIV, Thailand]
2003, September
Black and white image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43619
David Dare Parker
HIV/AIDS patient, Wat Prah Bat Nam Phu, Lop Buri, Thailand.
[HIV, Thailand]
2003, September
Black and white image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43620
David Dare Parker
HIV/AIDS patient, Wat Prah Bat Nam Phu, Lop Buri, Thailand.
[HIV, Thailand]
2003, September
Black and white image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43623
David Dare Parker
Last Prayer for the deceased, cremation, Wat Prah Bat Nam Phu hospice, Lop Buri
[HIV, Thailand]
2003, September
Black and white image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43621
David Dare Parker
The remains of cremated AIDS sufferers are usually left unclaimed by family members. They are stored in 'the Bone Museum' at Wat Prah Bat Nam Phu hospice, Lop Buri.
[HIV, Thailand]
2003, September
Black and white image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43629
David Dare Parker
A woman breaks down as she realises she has lost four members of her family to the Tsunami that struck Banda Aceh on December 26th, 2004. Kesdam Hospital, Banda Aceh, Indonesia.
[Tsunami, Indonesia]
2004, 26 December (after)
Black and white image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43630
David Dare Parker
Family face pelting tropical rain as they ride on back of a motorbike through the streets of Banda Aceh.
[Tsunami, Indonesia]
2004, 26 December (after)
Black and white image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43633
David Dare Parker
On December 26th, 2004 a Tsunami devastated the city of Banda Aceh leaving many thousands of people dead and millions homeless.
[Tsunami, Indonesia]
2004, 26 December (after)
Colour image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43632
David Dare Parker
Relatives of missing Tsunami victims post their details on Hospital notice boards in the remote hope there might be a chance of knowing the fate of their loved ones. Banda Aceh, Indonesia
[Tsunami, Indonesia]
2004, 26 December (after)
Black and white image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43631
David Dare Parker
Tsunami affected wreckage that was Banda Aceh. Indonesia. Aceh was the hardest hit area with over 100,000 people estimated killed by the killer wave that followed an earthquake that measured 9 on the richter scale.
[Tsunami, Indonesia]
2004, 26 December (after)
Black and white image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43624
David Dare Parker
The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, the former Phnom Penh high school which was used as the notorious Security Prison 21 (S-21) by the Khmer Rouge regime from its rise to power in 1975 to its fall in 1979
[Security Prison 21 (s-21), Cambodia]
2009, November
Black and white image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43628
David Dare Parker
The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, the former Phnom Penh high school which was used as the notorious Security Prison 21 (S-21) by the Khmer Rouge regime from its rise to power in 1975 to its fall in 1979
[Security Prison 21 (s-21), Cambodia]
2009, November
Black and white image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43627
David Dare Parker
The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, the former Phnom Penh high school which was used as the notorious Security Prison 21 (S-21) by the Khmer Rouge regime from its rise to power in 1975 to its fall in 1979
[Security Prison 21 (s-21), Cambodia]
2009, November
Black and white image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43626
David Dare Parker
The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, the former Phnom Penh high school which was used as the notorious Security Prison 21 (S-21) by the Khmer Rouge regime from its rise to power in 1975 to its fall in 1979
[Security Prison 21 (s-21), Cambodia]
2009, November
Black and white image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43625
David Dare Parker
The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, the former Phnom Penh high school which was used as the notorious Security Prison 21 (S-21) by the Khmer Rouge regime from its rise to power in 1975 to its fall in 1979
[Security Prison 21 (s-21), Cambodia]
2009, November
Black and white image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43616
David Dare Parker
Embryos displayed for research purposes in a room at the Peace Village within the Tu Du (Freedom) Obstetrics and Gynaecology Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
[Agent Orange, Vietnam]
2010, September
Colour image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43615
David Dare Parker
Nguyen Thi Thuy Loan.born, 19/2/1999 in Hue (foreground) and.Peace Village at the Tu Du (Freedom) Obstetrics and Gynaecology Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
[Agent Orange, Vietnam]
2010, September
Colour image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43618
David Dare Parker
Tran Dzoan Lam with son Tran Minh Hung, and cousin's wife Tran Thi Thao. Ho Chi Minh.
[Agent Orange, Vietnam]
2010, September
Colour image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43617
David Dare Parker
Tran Huynh Thuong Sinh born 28/04/2002 in Binh Dinh Provence, suffering with Fraser Syndrome, patient at the Peace Village at the Tu Du (Freedom) Obstetrics and Gynaecology Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
[Agent Orange, Vietnam]
2010, September
Colour image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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LL/43614
David Dare Parker
Tran Huynh Thuong Sinh born 28/04/2002 in Binh Dinh Provence,.suffering with Fraser Syndrome, patient at the Peace Village at the Tu Du (Freedom) Obstetrics and Gynaecology Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
[Agent Orange, Vietnam]
2010, September
Colour image
 
Provided by the artist - David Pare Parker
© David Dare Parker
 
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