Ricardo Miguel Hernández in the Realm of Otherness

Ricardo Miguel Hernández “examines” contemporary collage with a cross-border perspective. His palimpsests —let’s call them that— show how alive this art (collage) has been preserved as a concept, episteme and...

Atilio Pernisco and his ‘Transfixiones’

Once again, Atilio Pernisco confronts us with ourselves. But this time, his characters, shipwrecked on the brink of impending disaster, experience death...

Latin America, Russia and the Invasion of Ukraine: A...

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has resulted in some important geopolitical realignments. One of these has been the...

Cuba: Citizenship vs Mafia State

These protests are against the status quo, meaning a politically-authoritarian, ideologically-conservative, economically-exploitative and socially-exclusionary regime.

The Skin, the Wound, the Truth

The skin matters as much or more than what’s inside. Kenny Lemes (Source: La Voz) “Writing and taking pictures...
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Eltit, Bolaño and the New Constitution

A few years ago, on the centennial of the Querétaro Constitution, Mexican critic Vicente Quirarte compiled a...

Political Power and Authorized Academy in Present-day Cuba

In different ways, the dictatorship was in academia... the regime killed and thought at the same time— and, of...