Helen Zout, born in Argentina in 1957, studying anthropology at the time of the dictatorship, chose photography as a way of diving into the labyrinth of memory. Disparitions brings together photographs found or produced by Helen Zout: “the book tells how the disappearances of people left marks on the survivors and victims’ families during the last Argentinian military dictatorship from 1976 to 1983”.
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