Some of the 120 Ukrainian orphans depicted in "A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters," currently at London's Tate Modern and Berlin's Nationalgalerie.
“A Living Man Declared Dead” at Tate Modern
“A Living Man Declared Dead” includes images of the dormitory of a Ukrainian orphanage.
The Srebrenica massacre of Bosnian Muslims in 1995
Lab rabbits at an Australian research facility
The corpse of a leper floating in the Ganges
And a hand of a Tanzanian man—the pronounced creases in the shape of the letter M make him a target of human poachers working on behalf of traditional healers.
An oca plant—among the prohibited items confiscated from passenger luggage at JFK Airport, photographed for Simon’s 2010 show, “Contraband.”