Coming this Fall:
Colombian artist Erika Diettes interviewed and photographed women who had been forced to witness the torture and murder of their loved ones during that country's armed conflict. The moving black-and-white portraits, which freeze in time instants of deep sadness, are printed on large panels of fine silk. Titled "Sudarios" (Spanish for "shrouds") -- calling to mind the image of Jesus miraculously imprinted on his burial cloth -- they have been exhibited in sacred sites across the world. Described as an "accumulation of suspended pain," they will be displayed hanging from the ceiling of MOCRA's spacious former chapel.
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