During the period of Pinochet's dictatorship (1973-1990), a group of photographers portrayed the harsh conditions Chilean society. In the streets, along the protests marches, these photographers developed and created a metaphoric political language. To take pictures was an expression of freedom and an attempt to survive. In addition to collecting fragments of life during those years, their work was used as evidence to support victims' testimony of the dictatorship and was fundamental in begining justice proceeedings.
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