Gallery: Klaus Pichler’s Stunning Photos of Rotting Food Examine Excess...

Exploring the connection between individual food waste and the global scale of food production, "One Third" is an extraordinary series of abstract still lifes of rotting food. Photographer Klaus Pichler took the exhibition's title from a UN study that a
 
Exploring the connection between individual food waste and the global scale of food production, "One Third" is an extraordinary series of abstract still lifes of rotting food. Photographer Klaus Pichler took the exhibition's title from a UN study that states that one third of the world's food goes to waste. As a result, Klaus decided to highlight the amount of effort and energy that goes into producing everything we consume - and how much we discard. His amazing portrayals of the waste are beautifully composed, yet on closer inspection mould is visbly creeping over the old food.

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