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Traces of violence


Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021


Title: Traces of violence

Photographer(s): Marcelo Brodsky

Writer(s): Robert G.Rodriguez, Sima Luipert, Rolando Vazquez, Wolfgang Kaleck, Marcelo Brodsky, Ngondi A.Kamatuka, Louisa K.Kamatuka, Vepuka Katuuo-Kauari, Heike Becker

Designer(s): Dustin Augustin, Simin Melchers

Publisher(s): ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany

Year: 2021

Print run:

Language(s): English, German

Pages: 82

Size: 19,5 x 25 cm

Binding: Hardcover

Edition:

Print: in Germany

Nation(s) and year(s) of Protest: Namibia, 1904-1908

ISBN:



Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

Traces of violence is a photo book by photographer Marcelo Brodsky on Namibia genocide , published by ARTCO Galerie Berlin GmbH, Berlin, Germany,2021

The first genocide of the 20th century was committed by the German Empire between 1904 and 1908 in South West Africa, today Namibia. The genocide was directed against the Nama and Herero ethnic groups, indigenous peoples of this region. In their work, Marcelo Brodsky and Hildegard Titus, who are both artists and human rights activists, address this crime against humanity, the way in which it is remembered and reappraised.

Marcelo Brodsky believes in the importance of art for the social debate, especially in its power to influence public opinion and attract media attention. During his activist work, Brodsky met the German human rights lawyer Wolfgang Kaleck - founder and director of ECCHR (European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights). Following this encounter, Brodsky invited the Ovaherero Genocide Foundation based in Namibia to develop an art project on their case and present it in Berlin.


































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