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Publication date : 2019/12/01
Weight 600 g / Dimensions 17 x 22 cm / 70 pages / Spanish
La Casa Que Sangra is a documentary photography project that focuses on communities fractured by organized crime, in a physical and psychological sense. The constitution of historical memory in a photobook as a substantial way to face the violence of a power that not only destroys the body, drowns life and controls existence. A power that seeks to disappear even the memory of the other, of his victim.
Martínez’s work has explored the connections between, poverty, narcotrafic, organized crime, and how this affects on the communities in his native Guerrero in southern Mexico
He is trying to represent the relationship of absence and presence and this state of invisibility in a symbolic manner working with the concepts of pain, emptiness, absence, and forgetting .