“Post Encounter Reflections”

Essay in 6th Belgrade Encounters “Latin America Meets Serbia” Book CatalogueCommissioned and published by AKADEMIJA School of Fine Arts, Centre for Graphic Art and Visual Researches. Belgrade, SERBIAEssays by Ljiljana Tasić and Alicia Candiani, curatorsResearches, 2012 (Beograd:Cicero)64 str.:ilustr.;21 x 21 cmISBN 978-86-88591-04-1Serbian / English / Spanish “Akademija” Research Center Visual and Graphic Arts” (Centar za grafiku i vizuelna istrazivanja Akademija) … More “Post Encounter Reflections”

“Deborah Cornell: Con Tempus” in “Eclipse and Deluge”

Essay for the Deborah Cornell Grand Prix’s solo exhibition catalogue. Commissioned and published by the International Triennial Society. Krakow, POLAND2018. English / Polish The exhibition “Eclipse and Deluge: Accidental Powers and Oblique Contingencies” features the award-winning work of Deborah Cornell, Associate Professor and Head of Printmaking at the School of Visual Arts, Boston University, USA … More “Deborah Cornell: Con Tempus” in “Eclipse and Deluge”

“Traduciendo el contexto” (Translating the Context)

Essay in “Zapopan: Políticas Culturales para el desarrollo de comunidad en áreas metropolitanas” (Zapopan: Cultural Policies for Community Development in Metropolitan Areas) Commissioned and published by the UNESCO/United Nations for Education, Science and Culture at its Office in Mexico. Book/Soft Cover. Available also in UNESCO’s Digital Library. 2018, Spanish DOWNLOAD FREE ONLINE VERSION HERE “Thanks … More “Traduciendo el contexto” (Translating the Context)


“Hybrid Entities: A Look at Latin American Interchanges Between PrintMedia and Photography”  in Light/Matter: Art at the Intersection of Photography and Printmaking 1954 – 2017Commissioned in 2017 and published in 2018 by Grunwald Gallery of Art. School of Art, Architecture & Design. Indiana University. Bloomington. Indiana. USA Within a progressive tendency towards the displacements between disciplines, … More LIGHT MATTER

DISAMBIGUATION: About the selection process of the MTG – Krakow 2015

[The challenges of curating an international biennial : MTG 2015 Kracow] The MTG-Krakow is grounded on an open competition. According with the rules the competition is held in two stages: 1st Stage (based on digital files of the works) and a 2nd Stage (based on the original works).  1105 artists submitted their works to the MTG – Krakow 2015 in the first … More DISAMBIGUATION: About the selection process of the MTG – Krakow 2015