Francisco Copello (1938-2006) primarily developed his artistic career in Italy and the United States where he lived interchangeably for 30 years. He later returned to Chile only a decade before passing away. Copello’s work is characterized by corporeal language that spans his artistic production in various formats: collage, photography, print media, performance, mime, and painting. The driving concept and guide for Copello’s work was his own life.
Francisco Copello Photographic Retrospective
Space: Galería Die Ecke
Ave. José Manuel Infante 1208, Providencia, Santiago, Chile | +(56-2) 22690401
Tuesday-Friday 3-7pm | Saturday 11am-2pm
Exhibition opening Tuesday, July 19 at 7:30pm | On view from July 19-23
An exhibition paying homage to Chilean performer Francisco Copello to make his posthumous legacy known. This photography exhibition.
Organized by Gonzalo Rabanal.