Street Art Chile

ISBN: 978-0955432217 | ASIN: 0955432219 | Tamaño descarga: 949KB

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Chile has long been a centre for radical publicidad painting. As early as mil novecientos cuarenta leading Mexican and Chilean artists, including David Alfaro Siqueiros, Fernando Marcos and Gregorio de la Fuente, were painting murals in Chile. Today, Latin American street art is as innovative as any in the world, and Chile plays a leading part. Much as Spain witnessed a boom in the arts artículo-Franco, so, since the end of Pinochetâs dictatorship in mil novecientos noventa, Chile has embraced an era of new freedoms. Chile has made up for lost time. The contemporary artists and graffiteros shown on these pages have their roots in Latin American propagandistic murals, but look forward. Artists such as Bomber West, Charqui Punk, Dana Pink, Elodio, Inti, Piguan, Pussyz Soul Food, Ritalin Crew, Vazko and Yisa are informed by Latin American, European and North American (especially West Coast) art and music, but have their own Chilean slant. Their carefully planned visual and verbal jokes, strategies and techniques are derived from an array of sources: Picasso, Surrealism, Pop, São Pauloâs Os Gêmoes, Vitche and Herbert, Brazilian pichaçao lettering, Peruvian photorealism, Argentine stencils, Bolivian hats and masks, US subway graffiti, hip hop, punk, Barcelonaâs street art, Japanese animation, pornography, Gilbert & George, Brit art, Bansky. The resulting mixture is anarchic, accessible art. All parts of Chile are covered, from Arica to Punta Arenas, with special focus on Santiago and ValparaÃso, both key centres of Latin American street art. Distinctive cities such as Iquique, Chillán, Concepción and Puerto Montt, and areas of the country rarely seen, are featured. The book includes an introduction to the history and flavour of Chilean street art; a glossary of graffiti terms; manifestos; and translations of all the graffiti shown. | Rod Palmer