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Chilean artist Voluspa Jarpa has turned declassified CIA documents into an exhibition focusing on one of Latin America's darkest periods.Jarpa's first exhibition in Argentina – which also includes videos, audio and paintings – opened this week in Buenos Aires at MALBA, the Museum of Latin American Art. For more than a decade, Jarpa collected declassified Cold War-era documents that span from 1948 to 1994 . Another part of the exhibition centers on 47 prominent Cold War-era Latin Americans who were killed or died as victims of unsolved crimes that are now being investigated or revisited.
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