Chili, September 1973
Koen Wessing's Chili, September 1973 was first published in 1973. Books on Books 8 reproduces every page spread from Wessing's gritty documentation of Chile's darkest historical moment. The art historian and film theorist, Pauline Tereehorst, contributes a contemporary essay called The Man in the Grey Suit.
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