From Argentina to Cambodia, picturing the disappeared

At one point in our class we were talking about imaging loss, the Holocaust and so on.  This blog entry by Elissa Curtis continues that conversation…

Potocari, Bosnia-Herzegovina, July, 2010. Hundreds of coffins ready for the funeral ceremony held each year on 11 July to commemorate the July 1995 Srebrenica massacre, the most brutal massacre in Europe since World War Two. All those remains that have been identified in the previous year are buried. In 2010, the year this photograph was taken, 775 bodies were buried.

“The Shoe.”

120319_argentina0011_p465.jpgFernando in Our Room, Buena Memoria, 1997.


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