Readorama: Artist Liliana Wilson focuses on Chile’s ‘disappeared’

Sometime after 1973, Liliana Wilson learned that the bodies of two men had washed up on a nearby beach.

She went down and looked. Although she didn’t know them, she and others considered them to be two of the “disappeared.” Those were the estimated 3,000 dissidents who went missing during the regime of Augusto Pinochet, who’d ruled Chile since a 1973 military coup. Read more.


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