“La dignidad contra la patria” 2017 Julio Rebosio –  “dignity against the fatherland” Julio Rebosio was born in 1896, and spent most of his life in Iquique, were he developed his political path. He colaborated in numerous newspapers (La Batalla, Tierra y Libertad and El Proletario) and his recurrent subject was antimilitarism. This led him to jail and obligatory military service. He managed to escape but was imprisoned again. The time in prison tarnished his health because of the torture and hunger. After the time in prison he wrote to his beloved and took his life with a gun. “¡You’re free! I wanted to build with you a common world, but the State and its institutions didn’t let us. Just remember me. I love you. Julio”


“Milicianas” 2017 Lucia sanchez was an anarchist poet and feminist, affiliated to CNT, co funder of Mujeres Libres organization along with Mercedes Comaposada and Amparo Poch. She worked in several newspapers, leaving poetry in the 20’s to dedicate to politic activity. Mujeres Libres was born in Madrid, spreading then to Barcelona and the republican zone until it reached to be 147 groupings and 20.000 affiliates.


“El peligro de ser peluquera” 2017 “The danger of being a hairdresser” Hortensia Quino was a hairdresser. Her room was next to “the people’s hairdesser”, which was raided for allegedly participating on a explosive device attack perpretated on a convent 4 years after the Santa Maria’s slaughter. She and her partner were imprisoned on suspicion of participating in a terrorist group and reproducing the newspaper “The Battle”. By that time she was pregnant and denounced the abuses she had suffered. After almost 7 months on prison and had been given birth inside,  she is sentenced to 541 days. She is liberated on 1915, dying months later at 25 years old because of the torture and hunger strike she went through.


“Louise” 2017 Louise Michel – “Louis” Louise Michel was an anarchist poet, educator and writer. Throughout her life  she developed many anti-authoritarian educative projects, emphasysing intellect development, creativity, natural sciences interest.  Her participation in the commune of parís was important and her thoughts positioned her as an important anarchist woman.
“all power incarnates curse and tyranny: that’s why i declared myself as anarchist”


“Entre Campesinxs” 2017 Malatesta – “Between peasants” Errico Malatesta was an anarchist thinker that was born on 1853. He used to be a republican, but after the Commune of Paris his ideals were changed to anarchism. His participation on newspaper is extremely wise and large, as well as his theoretical contribution .He had his personal visión on syndicalism, as an important role in the anarchism, he considered that every territory should have its own way of economic system, he was against individualism and wrote profoundly about solidarity.


“La incandescencia de la juventud” 2017 Jose santos gonzalez Vera – “the incandescence of youth” was an anarchist writer. From very Young he developed in several trades, which soon maked him close to anarchism. “That’s how I was able to associate with workers anxious to establish an egalitarian and free society, as the anarchists conceive it. Very soon I made such aspiration mine, because nothing helps so much as deciding as being young” He worked on many magazines spreading anarchism with his writings.
“Emma” 2017  – “Emma” Emma Goldman is known for being pioneer in the fight for women’s liberation and for her anarchist writings. She was born in the lithuanian región, moving to USA when her family arranged her a marriage. The hanging of 4 anarchists, martyrs of chicago, approached her to the anarchist tought. During her life she was imprisoned several times for spreading manifestos, propaganda, alleged involvement in murders.
“El Grabador Anarquista” 2016 German Baltra – “The anarchist engraver” German Baltra was an writer and engraver declared as anarchoindividualist. He was part of the intelectual and rebel youth of Valparaiso in the 20’s. What he liked most was drawing and making engravings in linoleum. His work can be traced back on the anarchist newspapers of the time: Claridad, Revista Floreal (1924), Suplemento-Sembrador (1925-1927) and Nosotras (1935).


“El coraje de flora en las tres dictaduras” 2016 Flora Sanhueza – “the courage of Flora and the three dictatorships” Flora Sanhueza was born in 1911 in Spain. At age 7 she travelled to Iquique in the peak of the anarchists ideas and the Santa Maria slaughter. She returned to Spain in 1935 with her son, when she came back the civil war exploited, enrolling in the Durruti columm and fighting in the war. After the defeat she is imprisoned in France on 1942. She moved to Chile with his husband on 1947, installing a libertarian athenaeum for adults, during this time she had to work in clandestinity until the ’60s. When the military coup arise in 1973 Flora was 62 years old. She was tortured, beaten and sexually abused. She died on August 6, 1974 in the hospital San Juan de Dios, product of torture.



Hermanos Flores-Magon 2016  “The Flores-Magon brothers” The Flores Magón brothers were born in Oaxaca, Mexico. In 1892 they first manifest inside the student movement against Porfirio Díaz reelection. From that on they used periodism to show their politic disidence and as a form of combat. Jesus founded the newspaper “The Regeneration” which caused them many imprisonments because of the critics to Porfirio’s goverment and the anarchist ideal that was portrayed in the newspaper. Because of this the newspapers were never periodical. On 1904 they travelled to USA, and after releasing “The Regeneration” on Texas Porfirio warned the USA goverment that the Flores Magon brothers were spreading subversive ideas against the authorities. Ricardo is severally imprisoned until 1918, were they took him for spreading a manifest for the anarchists of the wolrd. Days later he is found dead in strange cirstumstances on his celd. His brothers moved to Mexico.


“Tremalk Naik” 2016 Manuel Rojas – “Tremalk Naik” Manuel Rojas was born on the argentine región. When her mother widowed he started his autodidact learning. At age 16 he moved to the chilean región were he performed different crafts and jobs. He writes to “La Batalla” and “La Protesta”, introducing himself to the art of writing. His anarchist tought influenced his writing skills.
“The man to produce Free Art must be first of all free and at all times man has been a slave.
This is why I say that the art produced up to this day by man hardly becomes relatively free, whole, beautiful, broad and sincere art.”



“El triunfo al olvido” 2016 Jose Domingo Gomez Rojas – “the triumph over oblivion” Jose Domingo Gomez Rojas was a poet born in the chilean región. He studied in law school and pedagogy in spanish. He participated actively in students and artistic movilizations, reason why is detained when the students federation was raided. Gomez Rojas is accused of attempting against the security of the State, being imprisoned. Torture caused him meningitis and insomnia. He was declared as mad and transferred to Casa de Orates, where he died of meningitis the day after.


“El apoyo mutuo” 2016 Kropotkin – “The mutual aid” “In all these cases, the most important role is played by a feeling incomparably broader than love or personal sympathy. Here comes the instinct of sociability, which has developed slowly between animals and men over an extremely long evolution period, from the most elementary stages, and which taught many animals and men equally to be aware of that Strength they acquire by practicing mutual aid and support, and also to be aware of the pleasure that can be found in social life.”


Urubú “el Jaguar, Mi vida será un incendio” 2016 Urubu “The jaguar, my life will be an arson” Sergio Terenzi was known as the Urubu and lived in Rio de la Plata. He fought there many times against the repressions, as well during the expulsión of the basques. Known to be a tireless supporter of the social war, he dreamed of a world without god, borders, hierarchs nor masters. “I learned to learn, I am a jaguar, sun panting to the shadow, if this tree would burn, my life will be an arson, jumping invisible beetwen the wheat, I will go around to sorround them, i will surprise the back, of those who kill by the back.”


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Xilografía/poliester detalle “el sueño de Kaplan” 2015 Fannya Kaplan – “My name is Fanya Kaplan. I shot Lenin today. I did with my own means. I won’t say who provided me the gun. I won’t give any detail. I took the decision to shot Lenin a long time ago. I consider him a Revolution’s betrayer. I was exiled in Akatuy for participating in the intent of murder of a zarist oficial in Kiev. I remained for 11 years on forced labor régimen. After the revolutión I was liberated. I approved the Constituent Assembly and I still do.”


Xilografía/Poliester “el sueño de Zamboni” 2015 AnteoZamboni Anteo Zamboni was 15 years old and was the son of a known anarchist that during the time of Duce in Italy had decided to leave direct action behind. But Anteo had being influenced by the ideals of his family. This influence was what prompted him on October 31, 1926 to shot Mussolini in an attemp to kill him. He failed and the fascist that were around soon attacked him, taking his life. His father and aunt were convicted  to 30 years in prison for allegedly influencing him to  shoot Mussolini.



“Efraín” 2016  “Efrain” Efrain belonged in the Sociedad de Resistencia de Oficios Varios, and On July 14, 1912, he fired on the center of commerce and the bourgeoisie’s stroll, killing two upper-class youths. He then attempted to escape but was arrested by the time people tried to lynch him. He declared: “I have the satisfaction of having avenged the oppressed.” he considered that only by violent means it could be possible to remove the current state of things. He was condemned to 40 years in prison.


“En nuestro ojos el brillo de una idea, el brillo de las estrellas” 2016 Juan Flores y Nataly Casanova – “in our eyes the brightness of an idea, the brigthness of the stars” On september 8, 2014 a manufactured bomb explodes in the subcenter of the Military School station. Ten days after Nataly Casanova’s house is raided, in it was also Juan Flores, her partner. They were accused of being involved in the police station attempt and the military school bomb. The proofs were transport cards that showed their use near the Military School. Until this day there is no verdict.
“our lives will never lack sense, we throw it to the edge of our convictions, we risk it for our ideas, hating, loving and making sure steps for total liberation” Juan Flores.



“Anonimx” 2016 Anonimx – For every anonymous singularity that is present in the diversity of steps given for liberation: The participants of the assemblies, territorial defenses, shared instances of self-education, athenaeums, fleeting and violent direct actions.


“Nuestro mañana no es así” 2016 Kurt Wilckens – “our tomorrow won´t be like this” Kurt wilckens was born in the german región. At 24 years old he joined the IWW and participated in a miners strike, which led him to be sought by the authorities and put in a confinement field in Nuevo México. After this event he decided to move to Argentina and there he participated in “La Antorcha” newspaper.When the Santa Cruz’s slaughter occurred, in which 1500 people were killed, Wilckens decided to take revenge. In 1923 he throwed a bomb and shot 5 times to colonel Hector B. Varela, the one who had commanded the slaughter. Kurt couldn’t portect himself from the explotion and is wounded, unable to flee. He is imprisoned and killed in his celd.



“La venganza de un hermano” 2016 RamonRamon – “The vengeance of a Brother” . Antonio Ramon Ramon met his ilegitime brother Manuel Vaca in Africa, and from that time on they developed a profound friendship. They travelled to South America looking for work and  they separate, Manuel in Chile and Ramon in Brazil. After hearing of the Santa Maria slaugther and not knowing anything from his brother he decides to cross the Andes mountains. He confirms his suspicions there: Manuel Vaca had been murdered. 7 years later on december 17 of 1914 he intercepts Silva Renard, the commander of the slaughter, and he stabs him with a dagger 5 times. He is imprisoned and dies on 1920, the same year Silva Reinard dies after a long time of awful health state caused by the attack.


“La venganza ante una injuria” Di Giovanni y Lopez de Arango 2016 Di Giovanni y Lopez de Arango “the revenge of an insult” Severino di Giovanni was an italian anarchist born in 1901. At 20 years old he declared himself as anarchist and with the uprising of fascism in Italy in 1922 he emigrates to Argentina to propágate antifascism and anarchist ideas. He organized numerous explosive attacks on buildings of power and individualities related to fascism, He expropiated many Banks to financiate propaganda and the newspapers. He was considered the most evil men on argentina and is trapped by the pólice on 1931, being executed the same year.


“Simón Vive!” 2016 Simón Radowitzky – “Simon is alive” On may 1, 1909, during a confrontation because of the workers’ demonstrations, Ramon Falcon gived the order to attack protesters. It was the worst worker’s slaughter in the history of argentina. Simon Radowitzky saw it all. From that moment he prepared his revenge. On november 14 he waited Ramon Falcon with a manufactured bomb. He hoped to die in the assault but survived. He tried to escape but is found and imprisoned, after this he is sent to Ushuaia prison were he breaked away thanks to his anarchist partners but was found and imprisoned again. After he is put free he moves to Uruguay, being imprisoned again in Gabriel Terra’s dictatorship. In 1936 he joined the international brigada against Franco in Spain, and after that he moved to Mexico, were he made toys until his death.


“Las llamas del Sol” 2016 Tamara Sol Farias –  “The flames of the Sun” On january 21 of 2014, Tamara Sol shot a security guard in revenge of the death of her partner Sebastián Oversluij, who had been killed by another guard in an expropiation in the State Bank.
“Even though I didn’t shot the same who pull the trigger, the act is clear and the message too, guards: you can’t keep killing ours brothers, neither risking your lives for a miserable wage nor any wage! Question yourselfes what you watch, who are your masters, from whom is the money you protect with your life! … We don’t need a State or Goverment. It is in our hands the collapse of modern slavery, to took our lives by assault, to overthrow their privileges”.


“Os desprecio, desprecio su sociedad” 2016 Louis Linng “I despise you, I despise your society” Louis Linng was born in the german region. Watching his father work and living in poverty maked him cuestion social order at young age. With the death of his father he is forced to join the work force, learning carpentry to not have a master. At age 20 he scapes from military service and travels to USA. There he joins The international Union of Carpenters and Cabinetmakers. On may 4° of 1886 he is imprisoned for allegedly being involved in an explosive device attack. He suicides putting a bomb on his mouth a day before his death’s sentence.