Museum and New Normal Order

A specter is haunting the world, and it is that of the New Normal Order. That mirage that invites us to go back to the life before the pandemic to...

White Chronicle for a Black Film

El Trono del Rey is a film authorized and confirmed by Eleggua, the orisha that opens and closes the paths. The deity...

David’s Orchard

I would have liked to say the anthology or the florilegium of David Huerta; however, the multifaceted...

Havana Spaces

Alejandro Acevedo (Camagüey, 1988) photographs Spaces. Small galaxies presumably inanimate of Havana. The human being, even if present,...

Eltit, Bolaño and the New Constitution

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