September 30, 2021

João Pina

Tarrafal: topography of a concentration camp
Reid Hall | 4, rue de Chevreuse, 75006 Paris
Free and open to the public (pass sanitaire required)

How does one deal with historical events from a personal perspective?

The photographer João Pina poses this question as he probes Portugal’s recent colonialist and fascist past. Exploring his own family archives, Pina builds visual bridges between his country’s past and present history, shedding light on the impact one of the longest dictatorships in Western Europe still has on its own society.

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In compliance with French regulations, in order to enter Reid Hall, all guests must provide a pass sanitaire with proof of either full vaccination or a negative Covid test taken within the previous 72 hours. Thank you for your understanding.


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