The Fondation Cartier retraces half a century of Latin American political, geographical and social history through the work of seventy-two little-known South American artists.
Through color and black-and-white photographs, slides, collages, photocopies, documents and multimedia installations, America Latina explores political events, violence, power relations and excess. Six curators worked on this retrospective, dividing it into four themes.
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