patricia houghton clarke
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Journeying into the heart of Mexico, Clarke’s medium-format black and white photographs capture ritual observances for Day of the Dead colliding with the nationwide mourning of 43 missing students. Rupture, grace, dislocation, and humanity inform the images. They ask for us to come closer, to take a moment, to consider. To remember.
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