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Juan Downey in the Archives

“Environmental Electronic Sculptures” flyer, Judson Gallery, 1968
“Environmental Electronic Sculptures” flyer, Judson Gallery, 1968. Artist files. A0008. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives. New York, NY

These materials provide a glimpse into Juan Downey’s work, the artists with whom he collaborated, and the venues in which he showed.
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Art and the Arab Citizen: Raising Public Consciousness through the Arts

الفن والمواطن العربي: زيادة الوعي العام من خلال الفن سلوى مقدادي

Samah Hijawi, Imagined Memory (Thakira Khayalieh), 2007. Amman, Jordan. Photo: Courtesy the artist
Samah Hijawi, Imagined Memory (Thakira Khayalieh), 2007. Amman, Jordan. Photo: Courtesy the artist

Salwa Mikdadi’s historically informed account of contemporary art in the Arab world reveals how the past decade has seen new forms of creative practice emerge, contributing to the political and social empowerment of local communities.
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A Letter from Bolivia

Una correspondencia de Bolivia

Maria Galindo interviewing Álvaro García Linera, Vice-President of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, for Bolivian Página Siete
Maria Galindo interviewing Álvaro García Linera, Vice-President of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, for Bolivian Página Siete. Photo: Maria Galindo/Página Siete

In a letter addressed to MAP curator Pablo León de la Barra, Max Jorge Hinderer Cruz recalls something that happened while he was in the company of Bolivian artist María Galindo, an incident that prompted him to reconsider the idea of visibility in relation to the country’s contemporary art scene.
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