"After General Augusto Pinochet came to power in Chile on September 11, 1973, via a coup d’etat, his military government executed, “disappeared,” or tortured thousands of citizens. The current exhibition at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, “Disobedient Objects,” contains a few examples of arpilleras: narrative quilt squares sewn by Chilean women protesting the injustices of the regime."

The Colorful Quilt Squares Chilean Women Used to Tell the Story of Life Under Pinochet

"After General Augusto Pinochet came to power in Chile on September 11, 1973, via a coup d’etat, his military government executed, “disappeared,” or tortured thousands of citizens. The current exhibition at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, “Disobedient Objects,” contains a few examples of arpilleras: narrative quilt squares sewn by Chilean women protesting the injustices of the regime."

Arpilleras por la memoria - Bélgica Castro Fuentes | Facebook

Arpilleras por la memoria - Bélgica Castro Fuentes

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Chilean Arpilleras: A chapter of history written on cloth

Agenda Cultural - Retazos testimoniales - Arpilleras de Chile y ...

Agenda Cultural - Retazos testimoniales - Arpilleras de Chile y otras latitudes

Arpillera: A less traditional arpillera that depicts the plight of the children who were left parentless and the indifference of those who would not see them.(Violeta Morales)

Chilean Arpilleras: A chapter of history written on cloth

Arpillera: A less traditional arpillera that depicts the plight of the children who were left parentless and the indifference of those who would not see them.(Violeta Morales)

Arpillera

Chilean Arpilleras: A chapter of history written on cloth


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