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The world of art publications in Guatemala is “tenacious and persistent,” and literature, “without a doubt,” has received the most attention. Photography, on the other hand, has not been acknowledged as much. 

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Art and politics have long had a controversial relationship in Latin America. Often times the political pressures of the era can severely hinder the artistic expression of the citizens.

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Many noteworthy South American musicians performed at the Espacio Cultural Nuestros Hijos (ECUNHI), to celebrate what would have been influential author, artist, and singer Violeta Parra’s 100th birthday.

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She was a “girl with artist’s hands and blue eyes.” Olga Teresa Salazar Lardé, known as Olga Salarrué, was the daughter of two artistic parents: the writer and painter, Salvador Salazar Arrué “Salarrué” and Zelié Lardé, also a painter. 

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A Uruguayan university, La Facultad de Arquitectura de la Udelar, is launching an app that locates “the most valuable buildings of the city” to invite Uruguayans to “value their architectural patrimony.”

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After years of poor security measures and months of misinformation, it has finally been revealed that in the last months of 2016, eleven pieces were stolen from the National Museum of Anthropology in El Salvador (MUNA).

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Journalist Víctor Herrero recently published a book on Violeta Parra, the acclaimed Chilean singer-songwriter, as well as student and compiler of Chilean music folklore.

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First arriving at Machu Picchu in Peru in 1911, Hiram Bingham found evidence of Incan civilization buried under the vegetation.

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At this year’s International Film Festival in San Sebastián, Spain, up-and-coming as well as seasoned directors from across Latin America are showcasing their films.

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El Inca, a film both made and censored in Venezuela, has been nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film category of the 2018 Oscars.

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