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Theory and critique of art in the Caribbean

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Daniel Lind Ramos and the Visual Politics of Race in Puerto Rican Art

  To read the Theory and art criticism in the Caribbean project presentation, click on this link   Daniel Lind Ramos and the Visual Politics of Race in Puerto Rican Art Fabienne Viala – University of Warwick Keywords historical memory, national identity, racial identities, Puerto Rico, African cultural heritage, codes of representation Abstract This article … Lire la suite

International Circulation in the Caribbean

To read the Theory and art criticism in the Caribbean project presentation, click on this link   International Circulation in the Caribbean José Manuel Noceda   Keywords Contemporary Caribbean art, international resonance, regional integration Summary The dynamic international expansion of Caribbean art in the first decade of the 21st century has brought it a new … Lire la suite

Arrested Transmission: Art that Stays at a Global Periphery

 To read the Theory and art criticism in the Caribbean project presentation, click on this link Arrested Transmission: Art that Stays at a Global Periphery Leon Wainwright Key words: art, Caribbean, web, online, reception, United States, Alicia Alleyne, Carl Anderson, painting Abstract: A pattern has emerged in recent years not only of new art coming … Lire la suite

MEDITATIONS ON ERNEST BRELEUR – PATRICK CHAMOISEAU

Theory and critique of art in the Caribbean Sharing essential texts on Caribbean contemporary art Aica Caraïbe du Sud and the Fondation Clément To read the Theory and critique of art in the Caribbean project presentation, click on this link: http://wp.me/a2Tek3-1zx   © Patrick CHAMOISEAU – 2006 MEDITATIONS AUPRES D’ERNEST BRELEUR.   Keywords Remarkable work, … Lire la suite

Antillean subject photographed (Sachy Labrada Armas)

To read the Theory and critique of art in the Caribbean project presentation, click on this link Artistic photography first burst onto the scene in the Antillean region in the 1960s.The islands that form the Spanish-speaking Caribbean took the lead when it came to the development of this genre, essentially Cuba, which has a vast … Lire la suite

The Pleasure of Disorientation (Erica James)

To read the Theory and critique of art in the Caribbean project presentation, click on this link Keywords: Disorientation, creoleness, diversity, miscegenation Abstract: the author proposes a new concept, disorientation, susceptible of defining Caribbean art in a better way than creoleness or miscegenation. She claims to renounce to analyze Caribbean artistic production through the prism … Lire la suite

Islands in other maps (Yolanda Wood)

To read the Theory and critique of art in the Caribbean project presentation, click on this link Our geography is tempestuous, and I am not referring to the hurricanes, which, despite their ferocity, are not the greatest of our misfortunes. Antonio Martorell The map of the islands in the Caribbean Sea is a visual representation of a … Lire la suite

Theory and Art Criticism in the Caribbean

Theory and critique of art in the Caribbean Sharing essential texts on Caribbean contemporary art Aica Caraïbe du Sud and the Fondation Clément   During the 1980s, the artistic development in the Antillean archipelago went hand in hand with a will to analyze and contextualize in a critical manner the artistic activity in the region. … Lire la suite

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