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Drawing on materials from the César Paternosto Archive, Summer 2021 Writer In Residence Rebecca Yuste explores the development of the artist's work, his fraught relationship with the US art world, and the influence of pre-Columbian art and architecture on his practice.

Sep 15, 2022

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Artist Lizania Cruz responds to the different temporalities in which art actions take place and addresses how this work has affected her own practice.

La artista Lizania Cruz reflexiona sobre las diferentes temporalidades en las que tienen lugar las acciones de arte, y aborda la manera en que esta obra afectó su propia práctica artística.

ISLAA's first Scholar in Residence, Gabriel Peluffo Linari, reflects on María Freire's work within the context of the European, Brazilian, and Río de la Plata arts communities.

El primer ISLAA Scholar in Residence, Gabriel Peluffo Linari, reflexiona sobre la obra de María Freire en el contexto de la escena artística europea, brasileña y rioplatense.

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