Kuitca, whose new work is at the Drawing Center through December 16, speaks with Duville about provocation, his winter of discontent, and a nomadism of the mind.
Artist Jorge Macchi’s experiments with theatrical forms, music, and fiction in the ephemeral and accidental substance of his works. His show Loop is at Alexander and Bonin through June 15.
In Chile and beyond, Guilisasti is known as both artist and co-founder of INCUBO. A proponent of the precarious, her recent work links Judd’s structures in Marfa to the Chilean phenomenon of short-term yet recurring summer beach squats.
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Cristina Peri Rossi fled Uruguay after its military kidnapped a dissident student staying at her apartment. The only woman associated with the Latin American Boom, Peri Rossi spoke with fellow novelist Carmen Boullosa from Barcelona.
En Español El novelista argentino es una figura de culto con más de 60 libros publicados. La cronista María Moreno nos da acceso a una figura de culto que raras veces concede entrevistas.
A prolific Argentine novelist with a cult following and over 60 published books under his belt, Aira rarely grants interviews. María Moreno presents a privileged glimpse of the writer.
The most radical living nonagenarian, Chilean Nicanor Parra has been practicing antipoetry for over half a century. In this essay poet Raúl Zurita releases the detonating force of Parra’s classic text/image artifacts.
Lucrecia Martel is the first Latin American—and the first woman—director to be the subject of the “Tribute to” program at this summer’s Sarajevo Film Festival. A pioneer of New Argentine Cinema, Martel spoke to Haden Guest in 2009.
En Español! La pionera del nuevo cine argentino ha dirigido tres películas igualmente perturbadoras e intensas. En La Mujer Sin Cabeza se desborda la paranoia de una mujer que no sabe si cometió o no un crimen.
Adrián Dárgelos, front man of Babasónicos, speaks of how the band went from being the hobby of a group of déclassé, unemployed, college graduates to one of Argentina’s most enduring bands.
En Español El arquitecto chileno, de origen croata, habla con José Castillo sobre la precariedad de sus materiales, la relación de sus proyectos con el arte y la literatura, y los beneficios de mantener la perspectiva de inmigrante.
A Chilean architect of Croatian descent, Radic talks with the Mexican architect José Castillo about his uniquely surreal dwellings, elemental installations, and the benefits of maintaining an immigrant’s approach to seeing the world.
Alejandro Cesarco works brazenly in a tradition, the aesthetic confines of classic conceptual art. In his work, text prevails over image—replacing it or transforming it.
Andrew Moszynski on why optimism is at the heart of the socioeconomic statements Fernanda Laguna makes with her paintings, drawings, poems and plays.
Emma Wilcox on how Sebastián Patané Masuelli’s immigration from Argentina to New Jersey and the adventure of learning English inspire his ambitious installations.
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