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"Us & Them, Zapatista #3"
Photo shot with the "Us & Them" 4”x5” camera in a Zapatista military encampment in Chiapas Mexico, in 2017.
The print is of Hilda, backed by the Zapatista Army.
Hilda is one of the mothers of the missing 43.
43 students that were on a bus heading to a protest in Mexico City when it was stopped by local police. All 43 students have never been see since.
Hilda travels all over Mexico with a poster of her son Manuel in hopes that someday she will haves some answers.
The translation of Hilda’s hand written "Words for the Heart" in Spanish reads,
"Why? I will keep searching for you until my heart stops beating. I love you my Manuel"

48"x60" analog print composed of 9 sheets of 16"x20" gelatin silver paper, toned with Zapatista coffee, mounted in a steel frame with 5 gallons of UV acrylic resin poured over the top.
1 of 1. 2017

Filename
"Us & Them, Zapatista #3"
Copyright
Wayne Belger
Image Size
2626x3300 / 2.8MB
Contained in galleries
"Us & Them" Project. 2015 to Present.
"Us & Them, Zapatista #3"<br />
Photo shot with the "Us & Them" 4”x5” camera in a Zapatista military encampment in Chiapas Mexico, in 2017. <br />
The print is of Hilda, backed by the Zapatista Army.<br />
Hilda is one of the mothers of the missing 43. <br />
43 students that were on a bus heading to a protest in Mexico City when it was stopped by local police. All 43 students have never been see since. <br />
Hilda travels all over Mexico with a poster of her son Manuel in hopes that someday she will haves some answers. <br />
The translation of Hilda’s hand written "Words for the Heart" in Spanish reads,<br />
"Why? I will keep searching for you until my heart stops beating. I love you my Manuel"<br />
<br />
48"x60" analog print composed of 9 sheets of 16"x20" gelatin silver paper, toned with Zapatista coffee, mounted in a steel frame with 5 gallons of UV acrylic resin poured over the top.<br />
 1 of 1. 2017