The Third Print Issue of C&AL
Fresh from the press! The new Contemporary And América Latina (C&AL) Print issue is out now! It contains interviews with artists, two of them participating in the Berlin Biennale 2020.
We need to talk… It feels like there has never been so much urgency nor so many ways to network and cultivate dialogue as we are all experiencing right now. On a personal scale. On a local scale. On a global scale. On countless digital devices. In Webinars, Instagram-Live-Videos, digital conferences.
Welcome to our first C&AL Interview Issue. This 3rd edition of our print magazine seeks to reflect what we at C&AL do most of the time: discuss and connect – with artists, curators, critics, academics, and cultural producers. We see the launching of this print issue as an opportunity to elaborate on what it means to talk globally.
The print issue opens with features on two artists that are part of this year’s Berlin Biennale, one of the first large-scale art events to convene again physically: Alina Baiana and Naomi Rincón Gallardo talk about their artistic practices and the works they are contributing to the Biennale. The cultural mediator Luciane Ramos Silva and member of the magazine O Menelick 2o Ato spoke to the curatorial team of the Frestas: Art Triennial about the process of putting together such an event in these challenging times. Finally, Leticia Contreras reflects on her recurring examination of making and dismantling the idea of “home” and its many modes of belonging.
Let’s start the conversations!
The C&AL Team
Read the third print issue here!