Vistas 8—Movement and Presence: The Visual Culture of the Americas addresses how movement has shaped the visual culture of the Americas and explores the ways that presence constitutes an embodied way of attesting to continuity and resisting ongoing coloniality. This issue is dedicated to the Sixth Annual Symposium of Latin American Art.
ISLAA’s support for the Annual Symposium of Latin American Art extends to its publication Vistas. Every year, a selection of papers presented at the Annual Symposium is published in a dedicated journal issue published by ISLAA. Vistas is a vital complement to the Annual Symposium as well as a compendium of promising and energetic new research.
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 future generations of experts on Latin American art.