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Burtynsky's photos show how oil has shaped our world

Row after row of new Volkswagen cars parked ready for shipping in Shanghai. A Los Angeles motorway junction as complex as a spider’s web. A mountain made of old car tyres in California. Half-scrapped oil tankers stranded on a beach in?Bangladesh. These striking images were captured by the photographer Edward Burtynsky. The Canadian photographer’s photos of an industrialised world are collected in books such as Manufactured Landscapes and Oil. “In 1997 I had what I refer to as...

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