"With the book El Salvador: The Work of Thirty Photographers, the insistence on authorship was a conscious choice; the decision to sign names identified the authors as witnesses. We felt we not only had to take those images but to stand by them. The most brutal images from El Salvador were felt to be the most urgent. To bring those images home to as many Americans as possible meant going beyond the book to create spaces for the images to be seen. So we organized an exhibition to travel to public libraries, secondary schools, storefronts, and places unimagined, as well as museums and galleries. Even though far more people may have seen the images dispersed in the mass media, in the El Salvador exhibition and book, there was greater integrity in the representation of the work.”
— words of SM for SPE Exposure, Vol 27.1, 1989.
Poster for traveling exhibition, 1984
List of photographers included in book, El Salvador: Work of 30 Photographers, 1983
Exhibition announcement for show of El Salvador: 30 Photographers at SF Camerawork, 1984