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El Siluetazo is the most remembered artistic-political practice that provided powerful visibility in the public space to the human rights movement at the end of the last Argentine dictatorship. It represents one of those exceptional moments in history when an artistic initiative coincides with the demands of a social movement and takes shape with the support of a multitude. Promoted by the magazine Ramona, this book is published on the twenty-fifth anniversary of that event. For the first time, this volume brings together a series of documents (both written and photographic), testimonies, and interpretations that have been scattered or unpublished until now. The materials and writings are notably polyphonic and do not aim for a single narrative. Rather, they form an incomplete collage, exercises of a memory in conflict.

Compilers: Ana Longoni and Gustavo Bruzzone

Product Details

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1 Item
Weight
0.50 kg
Width
14.00 cm
Height
19.00 cm
Depth
3.00 cm
ISBN
978-987-1156-83-2
Language
Spanish
Photography
Black and white
Pags
514
Country
Argentina