THE MEN WHO KILLED ME

SAMER MUSCATI


In the 1994 genocide that ravaged Rwanda, 500,000 women were raped. Fifteen years later, The Men Who Killed Me features 17 survivors.

While many still struggle to cope with enduring trauma, these survivors were empowered by communicating their experiences—a testament to the transformative potential of photography.

Listed as a “must-see show", NOW magazine describes the exhibit as presenting a "sensitively modulated look at each woman’s continuing struggle to piece herself together after the atrocity.”

Curated by Craig Scott