The exhibition Operação Condor, on display at the Paço das Artes de São Paulo through December 7th, offers viewers a look into the dark days of Latin American dictatorship. Rather than rely on images from the past, however, Portuguese photographer João Pina uses images from the present to revisit the assassinations carried out in the 1970s by the secret services of six South American countries.
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