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Author: Patricio Fernández; Pedro Lemebel; Galería de Arte Metales Pesados Visual,
Publisher: [Santiago de Chile] : Metales Pesados Visual : D21 Editores, [2017]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : Spanish : Primera edición
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Pedro Lemebel (Santiago, Chile, 1952-2015) founded in 1987 the art collective Yeguas del Apocalipsis with Francisco Casas along with some feminist writers of the 1980's, such as Carmen Berenguer, Diamela Eltit and Raquel Olea, generating performative, poetic and contestatory actions against the marginality imposed by the dictatorship. His work addressed the performance, transvestism, photography, video and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Reportage literature, Chilean
Biography
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Exhibitions
Named Person: Pedro Lemebel; Pedro Lemebel; Pedro Lemebel
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Patricio Fernández; Pedro Lemebel; Galería de Arte Metales Pesados Visual,
ISBN: 9789569843143 9569843144
OCLC Number: 1011708982
Language Note: Text in Spanish and English.
Notes: Title from cover.
Catalog of the exhibition "Arder"/"Burn" curated by Pedro Montes and Sergio Parra.
"Domingo 15 de mayo. '1er. show del año en capital!'"--Cover.
Includes the text of Lemebel's "Manifiesto (hablo por me diferencia)" (1986).
Description: 99 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm.
Contents: Él es su obra = He is his work / Patricio Fernández Bordar de pájaros las banderas de la patria libreʺ = Embroidering birds into the flags of the free nationʺ / Nelly Richard Manifiesto (Hablo por mi diferencia) = Manifesto (I speak through my difference) --
Arder = Burn / Curadores = curators: Pedro Montes, Sergio :Parra --
Sobre Arderʺ, de Pedro Lemebel = On Arderʺ, by Pedro Lemebel / Fernanda Carvajal Biografía = Biography.
Other Titles: Pedro Lemebel
Arder/Burn :
Boom boom kid.
Boom boom kid.
Responsibility: de los textos: Patricio Fernández [and three others].

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Pedro Lemebel (Santiago, Chile, 1952-2015) founded in 1987 the art collective Yeguas del Apocalipsis with Francisco Casas along with some feminist writers of the 1980's, such as Carmen Berenguer, Diamela Eltit and Raquel Olea, generating performative, poetic and contestatory actions against the marginality imposed by the dictatorship. His work addressed the performance, transvestism, photography, video and installation and together represented a permanent denounce for the violation of human rights. The exhibition Arder (Burn) comprised a large body of his work that included performance art, photography, videos and installations created since the end of the 1980's until his death. The catalog includes two unpublished photos of Lemebel in the demonstrations against the dictatorship in 1987. Photographer Luis Navarro photographed the writer/artist in a black dress, shoes with studs, his eyes and face painted and with a headdress of bird wings. "He exhibited his visual work (photographs, performances, and video) at the gallery D21 in November 2014, and at Metales Pesados Visual in March 2015."--Page 89.

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