Radar 0: Thinking Latin America
Musac Magazine of Art and Thought
By (author) Maria Ines Rodriguez
Format: Paperback / softback
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Radar 0: Thinking Latin America by Maria Ines Rodriguez
RADAR is a theoretical magazine created to offer support and further discussion on the most important aspects of contemporary art and society. Each issue will deal with a specific topic, with the content being divided into two characteristic sections. The first section will be devoted to articles written by acknowledged experts on the topic in question, and the second part will include the graphic work of artists widely associated with the subject under discussion. RADAR 0 will be devoted entirely to articles offering a critical reflection of Latin America and its contemporary cultural constructions as seen through the eyes of some of its most influential creators. The content of this monographic issue will be based on the contributions of theoreticians such as Rosina Cazali, Andrea Giunti, Ra l C rdenas, Lisette Lagnado, Ana Mar a Dur n, Natalia Majluf, Jorge Volpi, etc., and artists like Pablo Le n de la Barra, Armando Andrade Tudela, Jhafis Quintero and Fernanda Gomis.
Classification: History of art / art & design styles , Art treatments & subjects
Format: Paperback / softback (226mm x 163mm x 10mm)
Publish Date: 1-Jun-2011
Country of Publication: United States
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