MEMORY AND LANDSCAPE: UNVEILING THE HISTORIC TRHUTH OF CHILE [2013-2015] SOLD OUT

Medium: dry point aquatint etchings, wood blocks, silkscreen, charcoal powder, ink + video 

Dimensions: 24.0 in W x 18.0 in H (closed)

Binding Type: double accordion, hand sewn, coptic binding inside of a clam shell box

Size: Two editions: 1st Ed. of 10 + 2AP (2013)/ 2nd Ed of 20 (2015) 

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Collections: Museum of Memory and Human Rights, Chile; Centre Pompidou, Bibliothèque Kandinsky, FRANCE; Klingspor Museum, GERMANY ; Harvard University Art Library, MA; Library of Congress, DC; Stanford University Libraries, CA; Trinity College, CT; Yale University; Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library, CT; Musuem Meermanno, ND, among other 30 collections.

”Memory and Landscape: Unveiling the Historical Truths of Chile” is a book about the disappearance and murder of people in Chile during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet. Human rights violations are represented in the book through etching techniques and the print act in itself by building an alternative visual medium to indicate the injustices committed in between 1973-1990.