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Now, he’s resurfaced to give an interview to magazine about the allegations: and admits they were all true. He used Photoshop (which he refers to in a gee-wiz way claiming he was new to and excited by the software when he did it in late 2013, as if that was very long ago or even excuses anything) to lift entire people into his work.He said it was a damning mistake and a product of youth, that the image in Mark’s work spoke to him and he uploaded the doctored image onto his blog without accreditation or indication that it was doctored.Click Listen above to hear Brian Mann speaking about this story with Chris Knight. Photo provided: Tanveer Hussain All persons accused of crimes are assumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law.Hussain's attorney, Brian Barrett, told Knight that these are "merely allegations alone.Over the years I had focused on stories related to “the abuse of power”- it was a recurrent subject -In my stories I was seeking the truth; there was a story that was very close to us and widespread and yet hardly documented – it was very much a taboo subject.In 2008, Raquel’s photograph was part of an exhibit in Barcelona (she was abused by her father for years, her mother never believed her and she was forced to leave home.) Raquel hadn’t spoken to her mother in years but invited her for coffee that evening.
After these allegations were posted on the site, he took down his social media and official website.
And without telling her where they were going, brought her to the exhibition.
When Raquel’s mother saw and heard other similar stories, it changed both their lives for ever.
Five years later, I was selected as a participant of the World Press Master class and asked to develop an essay around the concept “Ordinary”.
I decided to photograph survivors of Child Sexual Abuse, starting with my own city.
Plus of course, funny business from photographers always feels a bit extra shocking because photographs are so closely associated with truth and proof in our minds: it hurts our sensibilities a bit more than when other kinds of artists plagiarise because we’re so uncomfortable with the idea that what our eyes are seeing might not be true.