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27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles


27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles is a photo book by various photographers  on protests in Venezuela 1990  published by Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela,1990


Title: 27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles

Photographer(s): Various photographers

Writer(s): Ibsen Martinez, Roberto Giusti, Frabricio Ojeda, Victor Manuel Reinoso, Elizabeth Araujo, Roberto Briceno-Leon, Manuel Caballero

Designer(s): Gioconda Rojas

Publisher(s): Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela

Year: 1990

Print run:

Language(s): Spanish

Pages: 136

Size: 21 x 26 cm

Binding: Softcover

Edition:

Print: Grupo Editor Interarte, Caracas, Venezuela

Nation(s) and year(s) of Protest: Venezuela, 1990

ISBN: 9802550191



27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles is a photo book by various photographers  on protests in Venezuela 1990  published by Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela,1990

27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles is a photo book by various photographers  on protests in Venezuela 1990  published by Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela,1990

27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles is a photo book by various photographers  on protests in Venezuela 1990  published by Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela,1990

27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles is a photo book by various photographers  on protests in Venezuela 1990  published by Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela,1990

27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles is a photo book by various photographers  on protests in Venezuela 1990  published by Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela,1990

27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles is a photo book by various photographers  on protests in Venezuela 1990  published by Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela,1990

27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles is a photo book by various photographers  on protests in Venezuela 1990  published by Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela,1990

27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles is a photo book by various photographers  on protests in Venezuela 1990  published by Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela,1990

27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles is a photo book by various photographers  on protests in Venezuela 1990  published by Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela,1990

27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles is a photo book by various photographers  on protests in Venezuela 1990  published by Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela,1990

27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles is a photo book by various photographers  on protests in Venezuela 1990  published by Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela,1990

27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles is a photo book by various photographers  on protests in Venezuela 1990  published by Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela,1990

27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles is a photo book by various photographers  on protests in Venezuela 1990  published by Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela,1990

27 de febrero. Cuando la muerte tomó las calles is a photo book by various photographers  on protests in Venezuela 1990  published by Editorial Ateneo de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela,1990

February 27 is and will be a permanent source of testimonies, analysis and reflection. Few dates in modern Venezuelan history in the last two decades have had such an impact on our social reality. There is nothing strange, therefore, that demagogues and opportunists, with different objectives, show it to their own and foreigners as a fetish that invokes terror and dismantles popular protests. It was not necessary, then, in conceiving this book, to make clear in its pages the role of the actors in this event that privileged death, to open the memory of the witnesses and to preserve forever the pain of the victims and the humiliation of the repressed. Here were the President of the Republic, his Minister of Defence, the general secretaries of the parties, the brave priests of La Vega, the doctors and paramedics who helped the wounded, those who received the corpses in the morgue, the looted and the looters, those who stay and those who leave. There was also the tearful weeping and the definitive mourning of a people.




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