Central Themes: First Regional Symposium on Artistic Practices and Curatorial Possibilities


Authors: Anabella Acevedo, Bayardo Blandino, Rosina Cazali, Rafael Cuevas Molina, Rocío Fernández, Patricia Fumero, Porfirio García Romano, Galio Guardián, Miguel Huezo Mixco, Maricela Kauffman, Cuauhtémoc Medina, Rodolfo Molina, Irmino Perera Díaz, Virginia Pérez-Ratton, Susana Rochna, Adrienne Samos, Aida Toledo, Humberto Vélez and Tomás Ybarra-Frausto

Publication year: 2001

Other details: 417 pages. 19.8 x 21 cm. Bilingual edition (Spanish/English)

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Temas Centrales (Central Themes) was the first regional Central American symposium on artistic practices and curatorial possibilities that TEOR/éTica organized under the direction of Virginia Pérez-Ratton, in October 2000. This publication contains the transcript of the discussions that took place at the time, and images of works presented during the event by different artists of the region. “And, why central? Central for whom and for where? Weren’t we, supposedly, a periphery? Beyond the progressive blurring of the concepts of center and periphery, it is time for Central America to no longer be presented, not only before the international arena, but mostly before itself, as a periphery”. Virginia Pérez-Ratton.

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