Vistas 3 interrogates the relevance of merging art and politics in the Americas, especially in works that explicitly seek to resist political oppression, economic imperialism, and legacies of colonialism through public discourse. Contributors to Vistas 3 are Jessica M. Law, Pablo Santa Olalla, and Manuela Ochoa.
Vistas: Critical Approaches to Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art is a platform for emerging scholars and graduate students working on Latin American art to share their research. The essays published in Vistas emerge from academic programming supported by ISLAA, primarily in partnership with universities. Vistas reflects the vitality and heterogeneity of Latin American art and art history, in line with ISLAA's mission to advance scholarship in this field and support for future generations of experts on Latin American art.