Iberoamerican Trilogy

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The Iberoamerican Trilogy is a short film trilogy directed by Uruguayan media artist Martin Sastre between the years 2002 and 2004. The films are about a future period of human civilization defined as the Iberoamerican Era when Latin America becomes the central cultural power of the World after Hollywood collapsed, till the rising of Bolivia as a Confederation taking all the Americas as its own territory.[1]

The three films of this Trilogy are Videoart: The Iberoamerican Legend, Montevideo: The Dark Side of the Pop and Bolivia 3: Confederation Next, all extensively shown worldwide in Museums and other art spaces from countries like Argentina,[2] Australia,[3] Brazil,[4] Canada,[5] Chile,[6] China,[7] Cuba,[8] France,[9] Germany,[10] Italy,[11] Ireland,[12] Switzerland,[13] Spain,[14] United Kingdom,[15] United States[16] or Uruguay.[17]

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  12. ^ "Irish Museum of Modern Art zeigt The Hours in Dublin – Ausstellungen in kunstaspekte". Kunstaspekte.de. 5 October 2005. Retrieved 20 October 2011. 
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  17. ^ "Inauguran Martín Sastre, Flor Garduño y Canogar – Cultura – 11 de octubre de 2004". Larepublica.com.uy. 22 October 2007. Retrieved 20 October 2011.