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CONDOR

Detailing the clandestine campaign of Operation Condor—a secret military plan implemented in 1975 by six Latin American countries ruled by right-wing military dictatorships to eliminate their political opponents—this book stands as a tribute to the memory of the victims who lost their lives in the brutal violence. For nearly a decade, author João Pina, traveled extensively through Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay to document what is left of the Condor years and report on a plan that resulted in extrajudicial executions dozens of thousands of people.

Hardcover
8 x 8 in (206 x 206 mm)
246 pages
2 four-panel gatefolds
24 pages brochure
175 photographs
Foreword: Jon Lee Anderson
Afterword: Baltasar Garzón
Design: Pedro Serpa
1st edition - September 2014
2nd edition - June 2016
3rd edition - April 2017

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João Pina - Photographer

João Pina is a freelance photographer born in Portugal in 1980. He began working as a professional photographer at age eighteen, and graduated from the International Center of Photography’s Photojournalism and Documentary Photography program in New York in 2005. Pina’s photographs have been published in D Magazine, Days Japan, El Pais, Expresso, GEO, La Vanguardia, New York Times, New Yorker, Newsweek, Stern, Time, and Visão, among others.
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