El compañero ha caído
The companion has fallen
Populations have long fought for fair rights, seeking to prioritize the citizen above all else. We are outraged and demonstrate. We raise our voices of protest, we will shout what was silenced, we will feel the pain of the companion and we will see what was hidden from us.
Going out to the streets is our only option, we will continue until victory, some comrades have fallen but they will always be in memory, the blood spilled will never be forgotten.
Oscar Mancilla is a Peruvian photographer who’s interested in art started a very young age. At 16 years old he started a photography course in his hometown. Self-taught from then on, he defines his work as experimental, a chance to question the reality and translate ideas through his lens.
Coming from a small neighborhood, he lived with deficiencies and needs, characteristics in himself that caused an increased interest in society. Choosing a career in a subject which he holds a grave passion for. One that does not feel like a job but a lifestyle, that begins and holds no end. His awareness and attitude towards life developed with growth, Oscar was able to cultivate an eye of critique, regarding the transmission of messages.”