“The series Huis clos dates from a relatively stable economic period in Argentina, compared to the crisis years of the early 2000s. The middle classes were besotted with the ‘good life’ and the affluent classes just kept on getting richer. We homed in on one of the 290,000 families who have moved out of middle class neighbourhoods and into high-security...
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