congresos y reuniones científicas
Robho = Vitrine de lart contestataire. Consideraciones sobre los artistas latinoamericanos incluidos en la revista francesa Robho (1967-1971)
Las Vegas, EEUU
Congreso; XXV International Congress of Latin American Studies Association; 2004
Latin American Studies Assotiation (LASA)
Edited by Jean Clay between 1967 and 1971, Robho magazine was not - and was not intended to be - a magazine on Latin American art. Its editorial articles introduced an international scope of art issues. The magazine project rather aimed at shedding light on the cultural resistance activities against American-style capitalist expansion. In this approach, artists such as Buren, Haacke, Medalla or Takis were leading figures, together with a significant number of Latin American artists. With graphic design by Cruz-Diez, the magazines central articles were devoted to Madi art, Soto, Le Parc, Cruz-Diez, Lygia Clark and the Argentine collective experience Tucumán Burns.