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The 91 issue of the Arte Al Límite journal counts on an exclusive cover of the Chilean artist Oyarzún.

“In the 91 issue of the Arte Al Límite journal we propose the diversity of pieces, artists and origins. For this reason we created a varied journal where photography, sculpture, painting and installations coexist as these pages were a traveling showcase for Biennials, museums, fairs, and art galleries. There is no art if there is no freedom, there is no creations without causes or strong reasons. This is why in this oportunity we resume the idea of making a cover with an artista: Bernardo Oyarzún”, states Ana María Matthei, director of AAL in the journal’s editorial.

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Bernardo Oyarzún is a connoted Chilean artist who represented Chile in the Biennial of Venice in 2017. Werkén is shown in the article about his work, which was exhibited in the mentioned event and at this moment it can be found in the Contemporary Art Center of Cerrillos in Santiago, Chile.

Other added artists in this issue are: Kelly Mark (England) / Andy Llanes (Cuba) / Daniel Pitin (Czechoslovakia) / Concha Tejeda (Spain) / Ghazaleh Avarzamani (Iran) / Alejandro Urrutia (Chile) / Fauves (Costa Rica) / Adriana Fontes (Brazil) / Fernando Ras (Argentina) / Tami Bahat (USA) / Ale Jordao (Brazil) / Alejandro Sánchez Suárez (Colombia) / Rolando Cisternas (Chile) / Montserrat Mesalles (Costa Rica) / JJ Martin (Mexico) / Marcelo Suaznabar (Bolivia) / Marlys Fuego (Cuba) / Nuna Mangiante (Argentina).

And as the previeus issue of the journal, this counts with two interviews with important Latin American Collectors: Efraín Salas and Lud Vargas, from Peru, together with Guillermo Rozenblum from Argentina.

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