Gustavo Germano re-photographed people in the same locations where they had been photographed decades earlier—although now these people have significantly aged, and in each photograph there is someone who is obviously missing. The twinned images evoke the lives never lived by those who had been disappeared, and the lives of the living who have had to grow older without their loved ones. The loss is doubled. Germano portrays himself and his siblings, now without their brother who had been disappeared.

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