A Conversation with Adriana Valdés (Part 2)

Renowned Chilean critic Adriana Valdés talks about the Chilean art scene during the dictatorship and about the work of Eugenio Dittborn. The second part of two. Watch the first part here.

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A Conversation with Adriana Valdés (Part 2)

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