From the age of 18, Pablo Ernesto Piovano works as a documentary photographer. He collaborates in international media such as Geo, Stern, Liberation, L’Express, Bloomberg. The Spanish Crown found an unimagined pitfall in its colonizing plan of America: the Mapuche people. Unlike the Incas, who centralized power, the Mapuche people were autonomous. In what is now Argentina and Chile, they resisted and battled for almost three centuries. Such was the warrior aptitude of the Mapuche that it forced the Spanish Crown to sign agreements and recognize their territories. Military campaigns were unleashed between 1860 and 1885, a few decades after...
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