In 2001, this artist, who defines himself as an activist, produced a series of photomontages that evoked the memory of the students massacred in 1976, the great numbers of military coups and violence in his country. Using black and white documents taken by photojournalists during that period, some of them World Press Photo award-winners, he once again set his fetish character Mister Pink in motion.
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