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  • This publication is only available in French. [This text will be available in English soon] Pierre Restany (Amélie-les-Bains-Palalda, 1930 – París, 2003) fue comisario y escritor. Su faceta como crítico de arte se remonta a un encuentro con Yves Klein en 1955, con quien acuñará más adelante el ...

  • Max Andrews (1975) and Mariana Cánepa Luna (1977) are the co-founders of Latitudes, an independent curatorial office based in Barcelona, which works internationally within the field of contemporary art. Informed by an initial focus on ecology, Latitudes is especially interested in site, process and ...

  • Michael Baldwin and Mel Ramsden took over Art & Language’s practice in 1977, maintaining its essayist and self-critical nature. From 1969, the publication Art-Language offered public access to the multitheoretical field in which Art & Language developed their initiatives during the sixties, ...

  • Walter Mignolo (1941, Córdoba, Argentina) is a semiotician and professor at Duke University, who has published extensively on semiotics and literary theory, and worked on different aspects of the modern and colonial world, exploring concepts such as global coloniality, the geopolitics of knowledge, ...

  • This text by Wolfgang Ernst is the keynote lecture of the conference The Anarchival Impulse in the Uses of the Image in Contemporary Art, organised by the University of Barcelona. In «Aura and Temporality: The Insistence of the Archive», the author analyses how the archive in the traditional sense, ...

  • In April 2012 Peter Osborne was invited to give a seminar at MACBA called Whatever happened to theory II. Periodising Contemporary Art (or, What Happened to 'Postmodernism'?). Within this context he gave the lecture entitled October and the Problem of Formalism. Peter Osborne is Professor of ...

  • T. J. Clark was born in Bristol, England, in 1943, and educated at Bristol Grammar School, Cambridge University, and the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London. He has taught at various places in England and the U.S., since 1988 at Berkeley, where he is at present George C. and Helen N. ...

  • José Antonio Sánchez is a professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cuenca, where he lectures in Performing Arts History and Contemporary Art and Literature. He is the author of numerous texts on the theory and history of the performing arts, as well as the books Brecht y el Expresionismo (1992), ...

  • Stephen Melville is Professor of History of Art at the Ohio State University and has published widely on contemporary art as well as on issues in contemporary theory and historiography. With Philip Armstrong and Laura Lisbon he curated the major exhibition of contemporary painting As Painting: ...

  • A recipient of a CAA/Luce Foundation fellowship from 1995 to 1998 and a fellow at the Clark Art Institute in 2004, Blake Stimson is Professor of Art History at the University of California, Davis, where he teaches postwar and contemporary art, critical theory, and the history of photography. ...

  • Jonathan Crary received his Ph.D. from Columbia 1987 having previously graduated with a B.A. from Columbia College, where he was an art history major. He also earned a B.F.A. from the San Francisco Art Institute where he majored in film/photography. He has taught full-time at Columbia since 1989, ...

  • In the context of the relation between history, activism, the image and capital, Marina Grzinic outlines some topics that deal with capital, gender and positioning, i.e. with theory and history. The principal question is what kind of changes we can detect today in these paradigms, and, if possible, ...

  • Hervé Joubert-Laurencin is a professor of Film Studies in the Arts Faculty at the University of Amiens. He is also a translator and specialist in Pier Paolo Pasolini, about whom he has organised several congresses. Other specialisations include animation film and the film writings of André Bazin. ...