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  • Latorre, Guisela, 1970- author.
     
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  • Street art -- Social aspects -- Chile.
     
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  • Graffiti -- Social aspects -- Chile.
     
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  • Street art -- Political aspects -- Chile.
     
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  • Graffiti -- Political aspects -- Chile.
     
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  • Mural painting and decoration, Chilean -- 20th century.
     
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  • Mural painting and decoration, Chilean -- 21st century.
     
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    Democracy on the wall : street art of the post-dictatorship era in Chile / Guisela Latorre.
    by Latorre, Guisela, 1970- author.
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    Columbus : The Ohio State University Press, 2019.
    Subjects
  • Street art -- Social aspects -- Chile.
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  • Graffiti -- Social aspects -- Chile.
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  • Street art -- Political aspects -- Chile.
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  • Graffiti -- Political aspects -- Chile.
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  • Mural painting and decoration, Chilean -- 20th century.
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  • Mural painting and decoration, Chilean -- 21st century.
  • ISBN: 
    9780814214022
    0814214029
    9780814255377
    081425537X
    Series: 
    Global Latin/o Americas.
    Description: 
    xvii, 230 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.
    Contents: 
    The return from clandestine anonymity: muralist brigades, revamped and renewed -- Open-sky museums and the decolonization of urban space -- Tagging the Chilean city: graffiti as individualized and collective praxis -- Public interventions and gender disruptions: graffiteras' urban transformations -- Conclusion: Transnational incursions in Chilean street art: globalizing the local and localizing the global.
    Summary: 
    "Documents and critically deconstructs the explosion of public street art that emerged in Chile after the Pinochet dictatorship in 1990. Shows how murals and graffiti pieces are connected to the social, political and cultural movements the country has undergone" -- Provided by publisher.
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    Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-224) and index.
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