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LYDIA OKUMURA’S THOUSAND AND ONE EYES

The curator and art critic Adriana Herrera takes a tour of the prlifica career of the Brazilian artist Lydia Okumura.

 

By Adriana Herrera

LYDIA OKUMURA’S THOUSAND AND ONE EYES

Dolores Cáceres, Hecho en America Latina [Made in Latin America], 2013 10 mm. red neon, 65 cm. x 55 cm. x 5 cm. Private collection. / Neón rojo de 10 mm. 65 cm x 55 x 5 cm.

Margarita Sánchez Prieto illustrates the work and thought of the renowned Argentine artist, Dolores Cáceres.

By Margarita Sánchez Prieto (La Habana, Cuba)

THE PRODUCTIVITY OF EMPTINESS

Two glass slides, rocks and rope. Baró Gallery (São Paulo). Photo: Diego Santovito Nadir.// Dos láminas de vidrio, piedras y cuerda. Baró Galería (Sao Paulo). Foto: Diego Santovito

Brazilian curator, art critic and  journalist Angélica de Moraes drew a portrait of the multimedia artist Túlio Pinto. Taking the substantial elements of the career of the artist born in Brasilia, de Moraes illustrates with her words the profile of one of the most interesting protagonists of the contemporary Latin American scene.

By Angélica de Moraes (São Paulo)

TÚLIO PINTO: A CONJUGATION OF FORCES

Maison Fond, 2015. Ph: Maffini.

Leandro Erlich, the artist who questions the look. A profile made by Victoria Verlichak.

By Victoria Verlichak (Buenos Aires)

WHAT DO WE SEE WHEN WE LOOK?

"Homage to Goya", 1961, Nela Arias-Misson.

“I don’t paint to live, I live to paint.” — Nela Arias-Misson when asked about her refusal to sell her work.

 

By Jorge Luis Gutiérrez

THE UNEARTHLY ENCHANTMENTS OF NELA ARIAS-MISSON

Still frame de entrevista CRUDO con Juan Becú.

Diego Trulls, founder and producer of the CRUDO countercultural project, explains his relationship with art, the objectives for his interview channel and the desire to generate an audiovisual record of the international contemporary scene.

By Matías Helbig

BEHIND CRUDO