From 16 June to 21 August, “Make Art not Money”, an exhibition by Pablo Echaurren, will be on show at the Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts in Santiago, one of most important visual arts conservation and dissemination centres in Chile and in the whole of Latin America. The exhibition was promoted by the Chilean Ministry of Culture, the Italian Embassy in Chile and the Italian Institute of Culture in Santiago, in partnership with the Galleria d’Arte Maggiore of Bologna G.A.M. and the Rome-based Echaurren Salaris Foundation. The anthological exhibition is curated by Ortega-Márquez. It is the first time that the city of Santiago, his family’s city of origin, hosts an anthological exhibition of the artist. The exhibition will display several of his works, some of which were recently exhibited in Rome, at Echaurren’s solo exhibition entitled “Contropittura” which was hosted at the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art. The exhibition features 110 works including paintings, drawings, collages and ceramic objects from the 1970s to date, accompanied by a rich documentary section. On show are also his early works, watercolours and small-sized enamels which reflect generational myths (politics, music) and his personal inclinations (for natural science and collectibles).