Artsy Magazine has published a great article on my photobook and exhibition Memoria Perdida at. Lauren Moya Ford writes: «More than 130,000 people “disappeared” during the Spanish Civil War and Francisco Franco’s subsequent dictatorship. Their remains are distributed across more than 2,500 unexcavated, unmarked mass grave sites. ... In Gonzalez’s book, the historian Verena Boos writes that “the legacies of dictatorships are contaminated landscapes,” and the nation is still trying to contain that contamination.» Read the full article here.