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Matt Loughrey, the Irish artist behind My Colorful Past, is facing heated criticism since the publication, and the ultimate retraction of, an article for Vice that featured his edited photos of prisoners from Tuol Sleng prison in Cambodia. It is irish cultural artifacts that some 18, people were tortured and killed in the prison during that period. The site is now home to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, which displays the photos that were taken of the prisoners upon their intake.
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Loughrey is accused of editing the historic photographs of prisoners to include smiling expressions for the Vice article. On April 10, the day after the Vice article was published, Belgium-based photojournalist John Vink called Loughrey out on Twitter for his edits on the historic photos:.
Matt Loughrey in Vice is not colourising S21 photographs. He is falsifying history: pic.
We regret the error and will investigate how this failure of the editorial process occurred. While Vice has removed the article, an online petition launched on April 11 continues to circulate demanding an apology from both Vice and Loughrey. At the time of publication, the petition had gained more than 3.
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The petition says in part: "Cambodian communities across the globe are deeply offended by the non-consented use of the photos, irish cultural artifacts furthermore with how Mr. Loughrey has since dismissed our concerns with falsified stories perpetrated by these photographic manipulations.
Loughrey's reply was: 'This is invaluable feedback. I will be sure to run all future projects by you for moral and technical discovery. While the website and Instagram for Loughrey's My Colorful Past are still live, the Facebook page appears to have been taken down.
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