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ISLAA Scholar in Residence, Gabriel Peluffo Linari, reflects on the role of Uruguayan painter Pedro Figari as a thinker on art theory and pedagogy.

El ISLAA Scholar in Residence, Gabriel Peluffo Linari, reflexiona sobre el papel del pintor uruguayo Pedro Figari como pensador sobre teoría del arte y pedagogía.

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.

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.

Writer and translator Elisa Wouk Almino reflects on ritual, tenderness, and the space of the home through paintings and drawings by Magali Lara.

Artist Alan Ruiz analyzes a work by Grupo Escombros through Argentina's economic and social hardship in the years following dictatorship.

El artista Alan Ruiz analiza una obra de Grupo Escombros a través de las dificultades económicas y sociales de Argentina en los años después de la dictadura.

This conversation takes as its starting point a series of casual photographs David Lamelas took of André Cadere’s retrospective at PS1, New York in 1989. The transcript that follows is part of ISLAA's online publishing platform, which invites expanded approaches to scholarship on Latin American art by commissioning short articles and interviews by artists, historians, and curators.

Esta conversación toma como punto de partida una serie de fotografías informales que David Lamelas hizo en su visita a la restrospectiva de André Cadere en PS1, Nueva York en 1989. La transcripción que sigue forma parte de la plataforma de publicaciones en línea de ISLAA que a través de comisiones a artistas, historiadores y curadores amplia posibles enfoques al estudio del arte latinoamericano.

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