Evidence, proof, traces; these stained torn garments are all that is left of missing people. Which will, perhaps, allow them to be identified. Choosing to approach the drama of his country, El Salvador –which holds the sorry record for homicides–, in the shape of a still life, this young photojournalist represents sobriety.
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