Wednesday was a lazy blur to start, then picked up with some harsh reality brought on with "Guantanamo" by Mathias Braschler & Monika Fischer. Such simple portraits when seen from a distance, up close they punish the viewer. Photographs like these provide evidence, they communicate history and bear witness in this case to the shameful, shocking and tragic chapter in American history that needs to be closed. The church setting for these haunting images reverses the sacred and profane.
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