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Frédéric Migayrou, chief curator of architecture and design at the Mnam-CCI Centre Pompidou in Paris, gives us his point of view on the evolution of the museum sector after the…Read more
¡Parecía que las enfurecidas fuerzas atmosféricas hubiéranse concentrado en ese punto de la tierra para herirla y despedazarla! Francisco Coloane In the course of these turbulent months, the Magellanic…Read more
In these present times, it seems that new artists are emerging; profiles on Instagram with an emerging surname, some known in the local or national spheres, and very few internationally,…Read more
We need reminders, constantly. The first days of confinement, after the start of the pandemic, all were good wills: “we will be better”, “this will make us more aware”, “we…Read more
Photography as a means of exploration is, in itself, an action that documents events, sensibilities and geographies. Some photographers move along that track, using photographic tools to outline a process…Read more
As a hyperbolic image that offers a temporary bridge, and bridging the distances with the Guatemala of the seventies, the information presented by the Forensic Architecture (FA) collective in its…Read more
At this moment it has become difficult to think ahead, to breathe for the future  but we are sure that there is something we do not want to give…Read more
From the possibility of “rehearsing other possible scenarios” and from the conviction that the curatorial task is above all a practice of healing and caring for bodies that cannot be…Read more
In front of two windows, the one that opens to the street and the one that takes us into the virtual abyss, sitting for more than a month in the…Read more
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