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Embodied Absence: Chilean Art of the 1970s Now Embodied Absence: Chilean Art of the 1970s Now

Embodied Absence: Chilean Art of the 1970s Now

Elías Adasme, Carmen Beuchat, Felipe Mujica with Johanna Unzueta, and more...

Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA 10/27/2016 – 01/08/2017

Artists: Elías Adasme, Carmen Beuchat, Felipe Mujica with Johanna Unzueta, CADA (Colectivo Acciones de Arte), Francisco Copello, Luz Donoso, Juan Downey, Carlos Leppe, Catalina Parra, Lotty Rosenfeld, UNAC (Unión por la Cultura), Cecilia Vicuña, and Raúl Zurita with Cristóbal Lehyt. Responding to the coup d’état and its aftermath in the 1970s, Chilean artists residing in Santiago and abroad created works

Installation view, Embodied Absence: Chilean Art of the 1970s Now, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Sert Gallery, Oct 27, 2016–Jan 8, 2017. Left: Carlos Leppe, Las Cantatrices, 1979. Right: Francisco Copello, Il Gioco dell´Ambiguita (The Ambiguity Game), 1977. Courtesy Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University. CADA (Colectivo Acciones de Arte), So as

#1: Cartagena #1: Cartagena

#1: Cartagena

Cartagena de Indias Atlántico, Colombia 02/07/2014 – 04/07/2014

Curators : Berta Sichel with co-curators Bisi Silva, Barbara Krulik, Paul Willemsen (International exhibition) and Miguel Gonzalez, Gabriela Rangel, Stephanie Rosenthal (Colombian artists exhibition) #1: Cartagena is an issue-oriented project with works spread throughout the historic district. #1: Cartagena reflects on the cultural traditions of the people, the history and the deep connections to the colonial past, as well

Curators : Berta Sichel with co-curators Bisi Silva, Barbara Krulik, Paul Willemsen (International exhibition) and Miguel Gonzalez, Gabriela Rangel, Stephanie Rosenthal (Colombian artists exhibition)     #1: Cartagena is an issue-oriented project with works spread throughout the historic district. #1: Cartagena reflects on the cultural traditions of the people, the history and the deep connections to the colonial past,