Ros Gray (London) considers two art works made in recent years in Angola: the exhibition Lion & Ox, which featured art works by António Ole and Art Orienté objet, and the installation Icarus 13 by Kiluanji Kia Henda. María Amalia García writes about past disputes between Argentina and Brazil over hegemony in the region and proposes a new approach to Brazilian cultural intervention in Paraguay. Focusing on Artur Barrio, Jacques Coursil, and Damián Ortega, Fernanda Negrete discusses the plastic arts' non-dialectical engagement with materiality. In the Document section, we present a stenogram of an artists' meeting that took place in 1951 in Kishinev (the capital of the Republic of Moldova, now Chișinău). The text discloses some of the major issues and challenges faced by the members of this artist organization during the late Stalinist era (Introduction by Octavian Eşanu). Huw Hallam reviews Pamela M. Lee's Forgetting the Art World (2012) and TJ Demos's Return to the Postcolony (2013). Azin Feizabadi presents this issue's Artist Project, "Chronicles from Majnun until Layla."
119 pgs, 23 × 15.5 cm, Softcover, 2014,