A Conversation with Francisco Letelier


This week film-maker TAO RUSPOLI talks with Los Angeles artist Francisco Letelier, son of Orlando Letelier, the Chilean political activist and former foreign minister in the Allende administration, who was assassinated on Embassy Row in Washington, DC in 1976. Letelier talks about his painting, the fusion of art and politics and the new face of Latin America.
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TAO RUSPOLI is a filmmaker and photographer. See his work at www.ruspoli.com See his photography at www.taoruspoliphotography.com Send comments to taoruspoli [at] gmail.com

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