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IN THEIR MEMORY.HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION IN CHILE, 1973-1990 (1st ed. 2012-2nd ed. 2020)

Medium: Silkscreen, digital print

Dimensions: 12.25 in W x 7.5 H x 1.5 D, extend to 50 inches/19 cms x 32 cms x 4 cms, extend to 125 cms.  

Binding Type: Hand sewn, accordion

Collections: Centre Pompidou, Bibliothèque Kandinsky, FRANCE; Klingspor Museum, GERMANY ; Harvard University Art Library, MA; Library of Congress, DC; Stanford University Libraries, CA; Universitat fur angewandte Kunst Wien, VIENNA; Yale University; Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library, CT; National Museum of Women in the Arts, D.C., among other 20 collections.

IN THEIR MEMORY is a book of resistance that carries forward the protest begun by the families of the disappeared in Chile during the military dictatorship (1973-1990). More than forty thousand political prisoners were victims of torture, execution and exile, and 3,550 people were disappeared. Nameless crosses are all that they have received by way of a burial.It is to honor the missing and their families that this object-book seeks to disseminate and communicate human rights’ violations in Chile. By documenting the identities of the victims, In Their Memory also invites reflection and puts forth a message of hope founded in truth.

Exhibited at:  

National Center for Contemporary Art, Santiago, Chile, 2024 

Lipani Gallery, Fordham University, Solo show, 2023

The Print Center, Philadelphia, PA, Solo show, 2023

SMU University, Dallas, Texas, 2023

Widener Gallery, Hartford, CT, Solo show, 2023

NAC Gallery, Santiago, Chile, Solo show, 2022

Matucana 100, with One Moment Art (OMA), Group show, Santiago, Chile, 2021

LAartShow, DIVERSEartLA with The Musuem of the Americas I AMA, Los Angeles, CA, 2021

Queens Musuem, Screened, NY, NYFA grantees, 2021

Gallery Weekend Santiago, Santiago, Chile, Group show, 2021

National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington,DC, 2020

Trinity College, Hartford, CT, 2020

Museum Meermanno, Solo show, The Hague, Netherlands, 2019

Galeria Animal, Solo show, Santiago, Chile, 2019

National Archives, Santiago, Chile Solo show, 2019

9th International Printmaking Biennial of Douro, Alijo, Portugal, 2018

Robeson Galleries, Rutgers University, NJ , 2018

BRIC Arts Media, Solo show, Brooklyn, NY, 2017

Center for Book Arts, New York, NY, 2017  

Embassy of Chile Gallery, Solo show, Washington D.C., 2016 

Cultural Center of Antofagasta, Solo show,  Santiago, Chile, 2016

The Cole Art Center, Nacogdoches, TX, 2016

Stanford University Museum. Stanford, CA, 2016

Sandy Gallery, Portland, OR, 2015

The French Embassy, Washington, D.C, 2013

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