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Author Borea, Giuliana, author
Title Configuring the new Lima art scene : an anthropological analysis of contemporary art in Latin America / Giuliana Borea
Imprint Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021
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 Ethnology Library  N6717.L5 B67 2021    AVAILABLE    30520020895620
Descript xxx, 238 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 210-222) and index
Triggering change : the Lima Biennial and the social re-engagement of art -- Democratic effervescence : the renewal of Lima and artists' experimentations -- Enlarging the contemporary : the rise of curators and indigenous artists -- Reinforcement of the museum : debates and institutional articulations -- Networking Latin America : transnational actors and the new role of art collectors -- The celebration of culture : creative Lima and the growth of the art market
"This book examines the contemporary art world in Latin America from an anthropological and historical perspective, and recognises the recent reconfiguration of Lima's art scene. Giuliana Borea traces the practices of artists, curators, collectors, art dealers and museums in order to identify three key moments in this reconfiguration of contemporary art in Lima: artistic explorations and new curatorial narratives; museum reinforcement and the strengthening of Latin American art networks; and of the rise of the art market. In so doing, Borea highlights the different actors that come into play in activating and de-activating, directions and imaginations. The book exposes the practices of the local, global, indigeneity and politics in the arts, and reveals that the strengthening of the Lima art scene has fostered the expansion of dominant art views and formats mobilized by transnational elite actors. Featuring analytical chapters interspersed with personal stories, Borea's book presents an in-depth analysis of a specific art scene to open up a new way of understanding contemporary art practices in relation to globalization"-- Provided by publisher
Subject Art, Peruvian -- Peru -- Lima -- 21st century
Art and society -- Peru -- Lima -- History -- 21st century
Art and globalization -- Peru -- Lima -- History -- 21st century
Lima (Peru) -- Intellectual life
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