I am honored to exhibit Violentology in the Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Chile, a beautiful exhibition space and important institution for the study of human rights in Latin America.
To visit the museum’s website, click here.
The LightBox site of TIME.com produced a video that speaks to the material dimension of Violentology, as a physical product printed on a heavy porous paper and sewn by hand.
Many thanks to Neil Harris and the team at TIME.com for such an elegant and careful work.
Exhibition Geneva Conventions: 150 years defending Humanitarian International Law in Medellín, Colombia
In cooperation with the Museo Casa Memoria and The Department of Art in the University of Antioquia in Medellin is held the exhibition entitled “Geneva Conventions: 150 years defending Humanitarian International Law”. The show’s subject is the tragedy that suffer many colombians in the armed conflict. The photographers participating in the exhibition are Natalia Botero, Jesús Abad Colorado, Álvaro Cardona, Jorge Panchoaga, Esteban Vergara and Stephen Ferry with Violentology.
This exhibition was produced by the Musée de l’Elysée of Lausanne in Switzerland. To read more information click here.