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Paz Errazuriz and Lotty Rosenfeld: Poetics of Dissent

Paz Errazuriz and Lotty Rosenfeld: Poetics of Dissent

By (photographer) Paz Errazuriz
Other Lotty Rosenfeld
Edited by Nelly Richard
Text by Diamela Eltit
Text by Andrea Giunta

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  • A catalogue, essay, and two analytical texts dedicated to Paz Errázuriz and Lotty Rosefeld, who used their art to criticise the Chilean dictatorship of the late twentieth century
  • Their work assesses the historical development of Chile, from the dictatorship period to what has been termed 'post-transition'
Full Description
The Chilean Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale brings together works by outstanding Chilean artists Paz Errázuriz and Lotty Rosenfeld. Both artists are recognised for their intense labour since the eighties during the dictatorship period, in which they were noted for their active political work and constant criticism through different artistic expressions.Their works contain critical thoughts about domination, subordination and genre categorisations, as well as an analysis of the historical development of Chile, from the dictatorship period to what has been termed 'post-transition'. Paz Errázuriz has addressed many social issues, mainly through photographs in black and white, while Lotty Rosenfeld develops 'interventions' in public space as part of the Group CADA (Collective Actions of Art) whose production is associated in Chile to the movement called escena de avanzada.This book/catalogue contains an extensive essay by Nelly Richard, editor in charge, and two suggestive analyses by Diamela Eltit and Andrea Giunta, both deeply knowledgeable of the Latin American art scene. Text in English and Spanish.
Specifications
Publisher
Poligrafa
ISBN
9788434313507
Published
20th Feb 2017
Binding
Hardback
Size
272 mm x 216 mm
Pages
272 Pages
Illustrations
100 color, b&w
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