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En el número 2 del Journal de e-flux (www.e-flux.com/journal/view/35) Liam Gillick publica un interesante artículo sobre el modelo discursivo de la práctica artística. Una reflexión que busca antecedentes en otros momentos de la historia y que traza un preciso retrato generacional de una serie de artistas nacidos en la década de los sesenta.
Y nuestra recomendación se extiende al resto de artículos del Journal, un nuevo acierto de los e-flux.
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