EL LIBRO NEGRO DE VITORIA

Aggiornamento: 14 dic 2021


EL LIBRO NEGRO DE VITORIA  is a photo book by photographer Mariano Guindal, Juan H. Gimenez on the  protest in Spain, 1976

Title : EL LIBRO NEGRO DE VITORIA

Photographer(s) : Mariano Guindal, Juan H. Gimenez

Writer(s) : José Antonio Novais

Designer(s):

Publisher(s): Ediciones 99,Madrid, Spain

Year : 1976

Print run :

Language(s) : Spanish

Pages : 172

Size : 13 x 21 cm

Binding : Softcover

Edition :

Print : Printed by Graficas Rey, Madrid, Spain

Nation(s) and year(s) of Protest : Spain, 1976

ISBN :


EL LIBRO NEGRO DE VITORIA  is a photo book by photographer Mariano Guindal, Juan H. Gimenez on the  protest in Spain, 1976

EL LIBRO NEGRO DE VITORIA  is a photo book by photographer Mariano Guindal, Juan H. Gimenez on the  protest in Spain, 1976

EL LIBRO NEGRO DE VITORIA  is a photo book by photographer Mariano Guindal, Juan H. Gimenez on the  protest in Spain, 1976

EL LIBRO NEGRO DE VITORIA  is a photo book by photographer Mariano Guindal, Juan H. Gimenez on the  protest in Spain, 1976

EL LIBRO NEGRO DE VITORIA  is a photo book by photographer Mariano Guindal, Juan H. Gimenez on the  protest in Spain, 1976

EL LIBRO NEGRO DE VITORIA  is a photo book by photographer Mariano Guindal, Juan H. Gimenez on the  protest in Spain, 1976

EL LIBRO NEGRO DE VITORIA  is a photo book by photographer Mariano Guindal, Juan H. Gimenez on the  protest in Spain, 1976

This book tell of the police suppression of a worker's strike that ended in deaths and firearm wounds. The text is a sober chronicle of the events, accompanied by two section of photographs. The pictures are documentary and show what the cameras have succeeded in capturing: pools of blood on the ground, barricades, groups of policemen, bullet marks on the walls, and a mass funeral.

The four dead workers have weighed heavily on the authors of the book, who have felt the shame of others as their own. They do not give any personal interpretation of the events, they limit themselves to recounting them, to reconstructing the process that led to that tragic 3rd March.

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