140 días de primavera

Todd D. Robinson
140 días de primavera is an exhibit and a book compiling photographs of the 140 days of street protests
against the corrupt (allegedly) government of Otto Perez Molina and his V.P. Roxana Baldetti.
After weeks of social pressure, Otto Perez´s V.P. was forced to resign over a corruption scandal. Social contempt did not ease with her resignation and later protests forced President Otto Perez Molina resignation.
This beautiful exhibit compiles more than 1,500 images of the street protest and some of the most embarrassing moments of Otto Perez administration.
The book, published with a collaboration of Revista Rara, Nomada.gt and Estate Julio Zadik, gathers some of the most iconic images and short narrations of the events that led to the demised of the Otto Perez administration.

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  • NYChapin

    Great crowds, it looks like it was a lot fun. Did you get a copy of the book? can you get one for me? I can pick it up during Semana Santa.

  • Elí Orozco

    Hello NyChapin. they only gave one copy per person but the book will be available fo purchase soon. I’ll let you know when I see it at stores.
    By the way, there were about 1, 000 people at the book release.