art.es international_contemporary_art announces the publication of its issue #53, with the following contents:
â€¢ art.es Project #44: Marina NÃºÃ±ez, Necrosis. (2013), digital image.
Cover and 22 inside pages. As always, an exclusive for the magazine (the originals belong to the art.es Collection).
Introductory text: Susana CendÃ¡n: Marina NÃºÃ±ez: “Everything has to do with the monsters”.
– China’s Long March (4/10) (Zhang Fang).
– Meschac Gaba: Trying to change African society (Abdellah Karroum).
– A quantum reflection of Bakalhau (Cod Fish) (Fernando GalÃ¡n).
â€¢ Media Art:
– Martin John Callanan: On Systems and Processes (Pau Waelder).
– Rafa MacarrÃ³n: “the solitude of man before the universe inmensity” (Fernando GalÃ¡n).
– Lipsett: a personal dilemma (Jorge D. GonzÃ¡lez).
– Marco Ayres (Portugal)
– SimÃ³n Vega (El Salvador)
– Luis Gordillo (Spain)
– Pipo HernÃ¡ndez (Spain)
– Natxo Frisuelos (Spain)
– The sublimation of detail: JosÃ© Ferrero (Madrid) (Terry Berne).
– Bunga: beyond space: Carlos Bunga (Santa MÃ³nica, California, USA) (BÃ©atrice Chassepot).
– The descent into Marina NÃºÃ±ez’s hells (Valladolid, EspaÃ±a) (Alfonso LeÃ³n).
– Reinterpreting art’s recent history: Roger Gustafsson (Madrid) (Fernando GalÃ¡n).
– If you like small things: group show (A CoruÃ±a, EspaÃ±a) (Nilo Casares).
– Critical museology (2/2): On the limits of institutional art criticism (and critical museology as established discourse (JesÃºs Pedro Lorente)
â€¢ What’s going on in… Toronto? (John K. Grande).
– “La Movida”, counterculture and normalization (La Movida, au nom du PÃ¨re, des fils et du Todo Vale) (Juan AlbarrÃ¡n).
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