Let the Sun Beheaded Be

In “Let the Sun Beheaded Be”, Gregory Halpern focuses on the Caribbean archipelago of Guadeloupe. The work resonates with Halpern’s characteristic attention to the ways the details of a landscape and the people who inhabit it often reveal the “undercurrents” of local histories and experiences. The work offers a visually striking depiction of places, as it has been transformed by the forces of nature, people and events.


Gregory Halpern (1977, Buffalo, New York) is an American photographer and associate member of Magnum Photos agency. He has published seven books of photographs, including “Let the Sun Beheaded Be” (2020) and “Omaha Sketchbook” (2019).

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