Londres 90


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Londres 90

During the 1960s, an art exhibition center called Galería Bolt operated in this location, gathering artists who excelled in the national visual arts scene since the mid 1900s, such as Camilo Mori, Pablo Burchard and Nemesio Antúnez.

Galería Bolt was also a meeting point for intellectuals and writers, such as Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda.

The use of this place, as well as a plaque affixed to its façade, are commemorative of the cultural life that marked the quarter known as Barrio Paris Londres during the last century.

 

Londres, 90, Santiago.