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Visual arts

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Brief Encounters in Argentina and Patagonia – a Welsh Odyssey

Brief Encounters i…

July 1865. A single tea clipper, The Mimosa, set sail from Liverpool to the west coast of Argentina carrying with it the hopes of 153 pioneers from Wale...

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Pushing Boundaries: Argentine Visual Arts

Pushing Boundaries…

Argentina is a land of many talents and one of the Latin American countries where culture and the arts are the most revered. When it comes to the visual...

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The Colección Fortabat and the idea of the 21st-century Latin American Art Collection

The Colección Fort…

In October 2008 the Colección de Arte Amalia LaCroze de Fortabat opened in Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, contributing to the rapid transformation ...

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Literature

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Santiago Gamboa on travel, translation, his generation and self-referential novels

Santiago Gamboa on…

Santiago Gamboa (Bogotá, 1965) is one of the finest Latin American writers of his generation. Last September he was awarded the La Otra Orilla Literary Awa...

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Walking along Cortázar

Walking along Cort…

The other day I was watching a YouTube that my friend Jeremiah posted at his blog.  The YouTube shows a brief excerpt of Tristan Bauer's 1994 docume...

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Interview with Iosi Havilio

Interview with Ios…

Iosi Havilio was born in Buenos Aires in 1974. Open Door is his first novel. His second novel is Estocolmo (Stockholm, 2010), and he is curren...

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Culture

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Laughing in the face of death

Laughing in the fa…

The Mexican love of fiesta is well known. There is always a Saint’s Day to commemorate or a national holiday to obse...

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Histories of the Small Voices

Histories of the S…

The Latin American Subaltern Studies Group was initiated in 1992 by a small number of scholars mostly from literature and ...

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Candomblé, culture and politics: Afro-Brazilian religion in Brazilian writing of the 1930s

Candomblé, culture…

Candomblé is the term that is probably most widely used in Brazil to refer to the religious practices whose origins...

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Cinema

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The London Latin American Film Festival

The London Latin A…

This year the London Latin American Film Festival celebrates twenty-five years of Havana’s International TV and Film School, presenting the highli...

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From “Third Cinema” to “Latin American film”

From “Third Cinema…

Globalisation, national identity and the demise of political filmmakingThis article stems from concerns I have about the label “Latin American film,” or “L...

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‘Post Mortem’ by Pablo Larrain

‘Post Mortem’ by P…

Pablo Larrain is a Chilean film director and a leading light in cinema d’auteur, a movement characterized by the director’s personal vision ...

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