Issue 5 of REG|AC journal on “Cold War networks and circulations: Cross-cultural Dialogues and Practices throughout the Global South (1957-1991)”, will be published in spring-summer 2018. Here is a preview of the authors and topics addressed in this special issue.
On January 25th, Paula Barreiro López’s conference at the Edinburgh College of Art will address the processes of negotiation amongst art critics, artists and cultural agents during Late Francoism (1959–1975), highlighting questionings raised by the link between art and (left-wing( ideology.
Until March 4th, the exhibition curated by Olga Fernández López at CAAC Sevilla presents artists who try to visibilize some of the silences, misunderstandings or undeveloped possibilities of writings from the past, opening a reflection on exhibitions of the 20th century as devices for producing subjectivities, experiences and discourses.
[:en]The last issue of ARTL@S Bulletin edited by Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel is now available online. It includes contributions by Paula Barreiro López, Jonathan Harris, Sven Spieker, Nuria Rodríguez Ortega, Atreyee Gupta and Patrick D. Flores.[:]
Until May 5th, we accept proposals for the special issue of REG|AC journal (Winter 2017), about “Cold War networks and circulations: Cross-cultural Dialogues and Practices throughout the Global South (1957-1991)”. Spread the word!
Next Wednesday, April 5th at 7 p.m, Paula Barreiro López will introduce her book Avant-garde Art and Criticism in Francoist Spain at La Central del Museo Reina Sofía, with the participation of Lola Jiménez-Blanco and Julián Díaz Sánchez.
The book Avant-garde Art and Criticism in Francoist Spain by Paula Barreiro López will be presented by the author, along with Miriam Basilio and Juanjo Lahuerta. On March 22nd, at 7 pm, in the Auditorium of MACBA’s Convent del Àngels.
Paula Barreiro López’s book Avant-garde Art and Criticism in Francoist Spain (Liverpool University Press) is a contribution to the history of Spanish art in the twentieth century. It surveys the shifts in the aesthetic discourse and artistic practices that decisively influenced the shaping of the avant-garde during Franco’s dictatorship (1939-1975).
Researcher Julia Ramírez Blanco will give the conference “Utopias of Revolt: Reading activist aesthetics through the lens of the social dream”, Wednesday 18 January, 1 p.m at the Facultad de Geografía e Historia de la Universitat de Barcelona.