The Way They Looked at Each Other

— Mario García Torres

18 — 27 May 2017

Mario García-Torres, 'The Way They Looked at Each Other' © Steve McCurry / Magnum Photos

A photo project that considers temporal separation and the documentation of war

The Way They Looked at Each Other (2012) by Mario García Torres (1975, Monclova, Mèxic) considers the significance of the delay implicit in revisiting any photographic snapshot—such us forensic images that are part of an investigation of a war crime in Baghdad, Iraq—and questions what they reveal about the visual politics of our times.