La caravana del diablo

In 'La Caravana del Diablo' photographer Ada Trillo shows the story of immigrants who flee The Northern Triangle and desperately search for a better life in the United States.

Every day, thousands of people leave in processions from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador via Mexico for America because of flaring violence, murder (on women) and poor economic conditions in their own country. A journey covering hundreds of kilometres, often on foot, full of fear of being arrested and sent back. Some people even ‘disappear’. Under the Trump administration, despite fierce opposition, 'The Wall' was built to keep these immigrants out of 'The Northern Triangle', making their passage into America even more perilous.

Photographer Ada Trillo considers it her mission to portray this distressing situation. In 'La Caravana del Diablo' she doesn’t look away but confronts us. Ada shows that each of these thousands of migrants is a human being. A human being with a family, with fear, hope and dreams.

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Author
Ada Trillo

Design
Wout de Vringer

Binding
Hardcover / Sewn bound

Volume
192 pages / 30,5 x 24,8 cm

Language
English

ISBN
978-94-91525-93-3

NUR
653