The Guðmundur and Geirfinnur case has become the most controversial murder investigation in Icelandic history. For Sugar Paper Theories, photographer Jack Latham immersed himself in all aspects of the case, from meeting key protagonists to locating and photographing key sites of the investigation.
The exhibition brings together original photographs with a range of archival and documentary materials to explore the fundamental relationship between the medium of photography and truth.
The exhibition at RPS House coincides with the launch of an updated edition of Sugar Paper Theories, published by Here Press and supported by the RPS.
Oct 12-Dec 22, Thur 10am-6pm / Fri 11am-7pm / Sat, Sun and Bank Hols 10am-5pm, £5 adult / £3 concs / under 18s free / NUS free on Fridays.
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