When the Chilean photographer Paz Errázuriz began her career in the 1970s, her country was at the beginning of a dictatorship which would last almost twenty years. “We had almost no material and it was very difficult to find film– it was often the foreign correspondents covering protests who would give some to us. On top of that, the police would confiscate cameras and mistreat photographers.”
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