Democracy on the Wall: Street Art of the Post-Dictatorship Era in Chile
Creators:Latorre, Guisela, 1970-
Subjects (LCSH):Street art -- Social aspects -- Chile
Graffiti -- Social aspects -- Chile
Street art -- Political aspects -- Chile
Graffiti -- Political aspects -- Chile
Mural painting and decoration, Chilean -- 20th century
Mural painting and decoration, Chilean -- 21st century
Keywords:Art / Art & Politics
Art / Caribbean & Latin American
Art / Criticism & Theory
Art / Graffiti & Street Art
Art / History / Contemporary (1945-)
Social Science / Ethnic Studies / Hispanic American Studies
Social Science / Women's Studies
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Series/Report no.:Global Latin/o Americas
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.
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