A Conversation with Adriana Valdés (Part 1)

Renowned Chilean critic Adriana Valdés visited the Museum in April 2015 to speak to the C-MAP Latin America group about the Chilean art scene and the work of Eugenio Dittborn. During her visit, she generously agreed to record a video interview and share her thoughts and memories of the Chilean art world before and after the coup of 1973. Valdés is not only a protagonist in that world, but also a reservoir of valuable information that we want to share with post readers. The first part of two.

You can watch the second part here.

A Conversation with Adriana Valdés

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