Memory and Justice

The Escuela Mecánica de la Armada (Navy Mechanics School, aka ex ESMA) was the site of the most notorious clandestine detention center during the last Argentinean dictatorship (1976-1983). Five thousand detainees were processed here and only about 200 survived; the rest are counted among the 30,000 disappeared.

The images in this series are composed of detention and torture spaces, trees, and textures from the campus of the ex ESMA. For more info about this series, including prices, please go to ABOUT on this site. If viewed on a device, hold it horizontal and double click to see titles and other info.

All profit from the sale of these images will be donated to the Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo. For more information about the Grandmothers: