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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...

Museum and New Normal Order

A specter is haunting the world, and it is that of the New Normal Order. That mirage...

Anticipating the Future: Ten Years after a Russian Invasion of the West

In 2009, Eric Lusito published a book after a long journey across the former communist countries: from...

The Decline of Nothingness

Every something is an echo of nothing. John Cage, Silence A series of artistic events (just to call them...

Keep the Appropiation Going

In 1968 a Che Guevara by Andy Warhol is presented in Italy. The same year and country...

Marginal Territories: Farewell Gables Trailers Park

On its way to becoming a megalopolis, Miami is an atypical city, not only within the United...

The Photofiction of Joan Fontcuberta

Perhaps Joan Fontcuberta (Barcelona, 1955) is the least literal of photographers. And he is probably the most...

Verónica Gerber Bicecci and the Language to Come

En el ojo de Bambi is a curatorial short story. Mudanza, a written performance. Conjunto vacío, a...