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25 May 2014
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Esta semana Inés R. Artola nos presentaba a través de su introducción a la Revista Szum unas pinceladas del estado actual del arte contemporáneo en Polonia, y los debates y líneas de discusión alrededor de dicho contexto.

Desde el mismo país, otra de las fuentes a las que creemos interesante acudir es el apartado “Resources” del Museum of Modern Art de Varsovia. En esta institución no solo se curan exhibiciones y programan actividades. Una de sus prioridades es la cuidada página de acceso libre en la que se pueden encontrar variedad de recursos al alcance del click. Una maravilla para pasar el domingo, y algun que otro día.

Hoy destacamos (podrían ser muchos otros), hablando de un amor parecido pero distinto al que mencionaba Juan Canela… Daniel Rumiancew en Love Song. Cuestonándose roles desde un estridente kitsch:

http://artmuseum.pl/en/filmoteka/praca/rumiancew-daniel-love-song

A*DESK, Independent Institute of Criticism and Contemporary Art, is dedicated to learning, publishing and research related to the criticism of contemporary art. Taking the view that critical thought makes individuals free, its mission is to defend actively the importance of criticism: to generate debate about contemporary art, to enable each individual to establish their own opinion and by doing so promote culture.

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25 May 2014

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