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Feliciano Centurión's Abrigo: An Ode to Free Expression

April 08, 2020

This article is adapted from AQ's special report on migration

When Argentina’s military junta finally ceded power in 1983, the country’s art world — like much of society — was transformed by a newfound sense of openness. For the first time in a generation, the right to one’s own identity and sexuality became a more urgent cause for young artists than denouncing crimes of the state. For the avant-garde painters, sculptors, musicians and others who came of age at this time, affection and free expression...

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