The twentieth century was marked by the rise and fall of great narratives that attempted to draw near the horizon of social utopia but led to totalitarianism. Nonetheless, the epic iconography of stereotypes and collective paradigms, common in communist countries, also extended its echo to film, advertising, and the rhetoric of American propaganda during the post-war period and throughout the Cold War.
ARTE FACTUM/FICTIONS: Viviana Zargón In Viviana Zargón´s artworks the borders are changeable and the viewer confuses the lines between fiction and reality, and between photography and painting, even if there are signs that warn of mimetic illusion that leads us to question the act of representation and its subjective social crossings. In the sixties, Gerhard Ritcher […]
Parrhesiastes: The Cutting Edge of Truth. 26 Graphic Communicators on Censorship and Freedom of Thought
With the participation of (in alphabetical order): Ares (Cuba), Badiucao (China), Boligán (Cuba / Mexico), Damien Glez (Burkina-Faso / France), Dario Castillejos (Mexico), The Broken (Spain), Elvis Corrales (Cuba / Italy), Jen Sorense ( USA), Karnika Kahen (India), Karry (Peru), Kuangbiao (China), Lauzán (Cuba / Chile), Liza Donnelly (USA), Mikhail Zlatkovsky (Russia), (…)