Beyond the Fantastic : Contemporary Art Criticism from Latin America

Beyond the Fantastic : Contemporary Art Criticism from Latin America

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"Copublished with the Institute of International Visual Arts, London"
"A new wave of art and cultural criticism is emerging in Latin America. The essays in this collection not only represent a serious remapping of art history, but some of them have already been influential in revising our notions of Latin American art and culture."
-- Jean Franco, Professor Emeritus, Columbia University "This is not just some of the best Latin American art criticism, but some of the best art criticism tout court."
-- Dawn Ades, Professor of Art History, University of Essex This anthology, edited by Cuban art historian and critic Gerardo Mosquera, offers a wide selection of writings by some of the most important cultural theoreticians of contemporary Latin America. Together they comprise a distinctive corpus of new theoretical discourses, critical of modernity and solidly and pragmatically anti-utopian. The collection balances traditional and popular aesthetic-symbolic production as well as Afro- and Indo-American presences in the visual arts, and covers the whole of the Americans, including the Caribbean and the United States.

Contributors: Msnica Amor. Pierre E. Bocquet. Gustavo Buntinx. Luis Camnitzer. Nistor Garcma Canclini. Ticio Escobar. Andrea Giunta. Guillermo Gsmez-Peqa. Paulo Herkenhoff. Mirko Lauer. Celeste Olalquiaga. Gabriel Peluffo Linari. Carolina Ponce de Lesn. Mari Carmen Rammrez. Nelly Richard. Tomas Ybarra-Frausto. George Yzdice.


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Author(s)
Gerardo Mosquera
Format
Paperback | 344 pages
Dimensions
181.4 x 234.7 x 30.7mm | 930.6g
Publication date
01 Aug 1996
Publisher
MIT Press Ltd
Imprint
MIT Press
Publication City/Country
Cambridge, Mass., United States
Language
English
Edition Statement
MIT Press ed
Illustrations note
46
ISBN10
0262631725
ISBN13
9780262631723