Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Carlota Eugenia Rosenfeld Villarreal (20 June 1943 – 24 July 2020), known as Lotty Rosenfeld, was an interdisciplinary artist based in Santiago, Chile. She was born in Santiago, Chile, and was active during the late 1970s during the time of the Chilean military coup d'etat. She carried out public art interventions in urban areas, often manipulating traffic signs in order to challenge viewers to rethink notions of public space and political agency. Her work has been exhibited in several countries throughout Latin America, and Internationally in places such as Europe, Japan, and Australia.
Wikidata
Q1871218
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Nationality
Chilean
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Mixed-Media Artist, Video Artist
Names
Lotty Rosenfeld, Carlota Eugenia Rosenfeld Villareal, Loty Rosenfeld, Loty Ronsenfeld
Ulan
500332293
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