In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the promulgation of the Agrarian Reform Law, the House Museum of Eduardo Frei Montalva presents the exhibition “Faces of the Reformation”, a photographic tour of the process through its protagonists: The Chilean peasants.
As part of the 50th anniversary of the promulgation of the Agrarian Reform Law No. 16,640, and as a way of disseminating the lifestyle and vocation of public service of the former President, the House Museum of Eduardo Frei Montalva presents the exhibition “Faces of Reformation” with unpublished images, where he realizes one of the most controversial processes of the 20th century: The Agrarian Reform.
The exhibition, which will be open to all public until November, will make available to visitors a series of unpublished images of what was the Chilean countryside of the 60’s. It will be possible to observe the historical and social context that was lived in our country at the time of the Agrarian Reform, which led to a major economic and social change during the government of Eduardo Frei Montalva.
This exhibition will be open to the public for free, between the months of July and November in the premises of the House Museum of Eduardo Frei Montalva, located in Hindenburg #683, Providencia, in the city of Santiago