China Sea, Rose Sgaffino, 1987
it was not until the second Geneva Conference in 1989 that 100,000 Vietnamese in need were finally recognised as political refugees. This diaspora was spread all over the world from Europe to the United States via Australia. In 1987, hundreds disappeared in the China Sea betrayed by fragile makeshift boats. These boat people were luckier. On the bridge of the Rose Sgaffino, they shared some mats to gain the strength that would carry them to exile.
Lambda print with a passe-partout.
- José Nicolas (1956)
- Título de la obra
- Mer de Chine, Rose Sgaffino, 1987
- Desarrollar presión de gelatina
- Fecha de impresión
- Dimensiones de la imagen
- 30×46 cm
- Dimensiones totales
- 50×60×1 cm