A Latin American Universe
What Is Latinx?
We take a look into the implications and opportunities of the new expression, that has also been discovered by the art world.
In Conversation with Antwaun Sargent
Tearing Down Borders Between Magazines and Museums
We spoke to the New York curator Antwaun Sargent about his international selection for the exhibition Just Pictures at projects+gallery in St. Louis, Missouri.
Visions of Cultural Journalism
In a Hypermediatized World
Enos Nyamor explores the visions of cultural journalism in a hypermediatized world.
Blacks, Chinese And Natives in Peruvian Graffiti
In Peru, young artists are exploring their roots – while trying to change the way the Latin American country regards itself.
Inventory of the Arts 2020
Awareness of the Presence of New Identities
The year 2020 has ushered in new space for black Brazilian art – whether in galleries, retrospectives or academic debates.
Coffee, Rhum, Sugar & Gold
A Postcolonial Paradox
As a system of oppression, colonialism never ceased, but re-branded – as an exhibition in San Francisco shows.
Andean Textiles and Modern Art
The Cliché of Indigenous Art as “Exotic”
A conversation with Elvira Espejo, Bolivian artist and researcher, about textile art, the Bauhaus and the biased perspective of museums.
Mail From Puerto Rico
After The Storm, Art Thrives on a Damaged but Spirited Island
Artist Lisa C Soto goes to the country of her ancestors, Puerto Rico, to explore and witness the island's contemporary art scene.
In Conversation with Castiel Vitorino
“Trauma is Brazilian”
In an interview with curator Diane Lima, artist Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro talks about her first solo exhibition.