“43 families’ lives changed forever on September 26, 2014 when their loved ones – students at an Ayotzinapa teachers college – were kidnapped. A year before that, more than 15 people disappeared from Cocula, but their disappearances didn’t garner international attention. Since about 2007, more than 25,000 have been reported missing in Mexico, and it’s something that has similarly affected families across Latin America. Alfredo Lopez Cassanova’s new exhibit, Huellas de las Memorias, is shining a light on the drug-related casualties in Mexico, as well as Argentina, Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala.”
The exhibition was open to the public from 3-8 April.