At the end of 2015, photographer Diana Matar began searching in the United States for the places where the police had killed civilians. She made detailed maps in her studio and compiled information on each fatal case of police violence in the past two years. Diana Matar then spent two years traveling the roads and photographing most of the 2,200 sites where these murders took place. “I work on a certain history of photography that comes back to the places where things happened, – a genre that generally focuses on war facts or injustices – I use it, however, to...
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