Setting up Jorge Tacla's exhibition: Todo lo sólido se desvanece

The terrible beauty, but beauty itself, comes from Jorge Tacla's obsession with destruction, with rubble, especially with buildings and icons of civilization. The work of this artist has to do with wounds, through various layers for reading the work.

Jorge Tacla talks from quarantine

Artsy interviews Jorge Tacla during quarantine: "My creative process went to confinement to another place, it seems. I can not find it", says the artist. Many other issues going on in Tacla's mind.

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Jorge Tacla in the Smithsonian

The Smithsonian acquires Jorge Tacla's archives and, taking advantage of the situation, the artist talks about his arrival in New York with other Chilean artists in the early 1980s.

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Artishock Magazine interviews Jorge Tacla

"Destruction does not create memory, it should remain in memory," says Jorge Tacla. That is why this theme, catastrophe, terror and death are always present in his work. Artishock magazine commits with the artist ...

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Interview: Al mismo tiempo, en el mismo lugar

In this interview, the Chilean artist Jorge Tacla explains how he conceived and carried out Al mismo tiempo, en el mismo lugar, which pays tribute to Victor Jara, a musician, songwriter, teacher, theater director, activist and militant of the Communist Party, who was brutally murdered a few days after the coup that overthrew the government of Salvador Allende, on September 11, 1973.

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Americas Now: Jorge Tacla Reveals ‘Hidden Identities’

Chilean artist Jorge Tacla exhibits his work at the Art Museum of the Americas in Washington DC. Tacla's work explores the contradiction of the human condition and is inspired by historical, political and social events. Some of these events come from his own life and experience as a Chilean...

Jorge Tacla - Informe de lesiones

Informe de lesiones (Injury report) portrays the act of verifying one of the most irreversible memory elimination processes: destruction through fire. The burning of books evokes the burning of forests, bringing the disappearance of memory closer to the destruction of ecosystems; two sensitive systems in constant threat of annihilation. Exhibition curated by Christian Viveros-Fauné.

At Tacla's Studio

Jorge Tacla talks about how he works from his studio in New York and what are his main sources of inspiration.