Bradley MacCallum embedded in the International Criminal Court

Bradley MacCallum embedded in the International Criminal Court

It was after creating his first painting in the series Witness and Endurance – a hyper-realistic rendering of Thomas Lubanga, based on a photograph of Lubanga taken at the moment the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued its first ever guilty verdict – that artist Bradley MacCallum approached the Coalition for the International Criminal Court. He knew that he both wanted to develop this series of paintings and needed to learn from the expertise of those working in the field. They agreed to partner up. During the course of a year long embedded research residency, he attended close-door meetings with the principles of the ICC and leading civil society activists to discuss the core issues facing the Court.

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