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Magazine

30 March 2010
La crítica institucional

Martí Manen

Editado por Gerald Rauning y Gene Ray, “Art and Contemporary Critical Practice” es una excelente compilación de textos analizando la evolución de la crítica institucional, esto que algunos han llamado casi irónicamente crítica institucionalizada.
Con textos de, entre otros, Hito Steyerl, Simon Sheikh, Marcelo Expósito, Nina Möntmann o la universidad nómada, encontramos distintas aproximaciones y lecturas históricas desde los comportamientos de los 60 hasta la actualidad.

El libro forma parte de la colección de publicaciones de May Fly Books, lo que implica que está bajo una licencia Creative Commons. O sea, descargable gratuitamente sin que pueda considerarse ningún ataque a la figura del autor ni nada que conlleve el fin del mundo o ir directamente al infierno sin pasar por la casilla de salida.

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Exhibition curator and art critic. Yes, after Judith Butler it is possible to be several things at once. He thinks that questions are important and that, sometimes, to ask means to point out.

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