In Pictures: Gerry Judah's THE CRUSADER at Imperial War Museum North

| 08 November 2010
In Pictures: THE CRUSADER, a dramatic new sculptural installation by Gerry Judah has taken up residence at Imperial War Museum North to mark Remembrance Day. See it in more detail here...

a photo of a suspended sculptural installation made up of models of bombed-out buildings
THE CRUSDADER installed at Imperial War Museum North. Photography: David Barbour
a photo of a suspended sculptural installation in the shape of a crucifix decorated with  models of bombed-out buildings
Photography: David Barbour
a photo of a suspended sculptural installation in the shape of a crucifix decorated with  models of bombed-out buildings
Photography: David Barbour
a photo of a suspended sculptural installation in the shape of a crucifix decorated with  models of bombed-out buildings
Photography: David Barbour
a photo of a suspended sculptural installation in the shape of a crucifix decorated with  models of bombed-out buildings
Photography: David Barbour
a photo of a suspended sculptural installation in the shape of a crucifix decorated with  models of bombed-out buildings
Photography: David Barbour
a close up photo of a suspended sculptural installation in the shape of a crucifix decorated with  models of bombed-out buildings
Photography: David Barbour
a photo of a suspended sculptural installation in the shape of a crucifix decorated with  models of bombed-out buildings
Photography: David Barbour
a photo of a man seated in his studio
Gerry Judah in his studio with THE CRUSADER© Jerry Judah
A three-dimensional crucifix covered with a lattice of war-torn buildings lacquered in a snow-white residue
THE CRUSADER in Gerry Judah's studio
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