Text by Gerardo Mosquera, Juan Vicente Aliaga, and Paulina Varas.
Paz Errázuriz has published books including El Infarto del Alma (1993), La Manzana de Adán (1989), Kawésqar: Hijos de la Mujer Sol (2005), Amalia (1973), and Paz Errázuriz, fotografía 1982–2002 (2004). In 1981, she cofounded the Asociación de Fotógrafos Independientes. She was the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1986, as well as a Fulbright grant in 1992. Her work has been exhibited worldwide, and in 2015 she and Lotty Rosenfeld represented Chile at the Venice Bien¬nale. She was also awarded the 2015 PHotoEspaña Award.
Gerardo Mosquera is a curator, critic, art historian, and writer based in Havana. He played a prominent role in organizing the first Havana Biennial in 1984, received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1990, and served as an adjunct curator at the New Museum, New York, from 1995 to 2009. The author of numerous books, his articles and essays have also been published extensively in journals such as Aperture, Artforum, Art in America, Cahiers, and Kunstforum.
Juan Vicente Aliaga is a Spanish art critic and curator. As a member of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Polytechnic University of Valencia, his research has focused on conceptual art, gender politics, queer theory, and cultural intersectionality. In addition to authoring several books, he is a regular correspondent for Artforum.
Paulina Varas is a curator and researcher based in both Valparaíso, Chile, and Barcelona. She is presently a doctoral candidate in the history and theory of art at the University of Barcelona. She has authored and coauthored books exploring contempo¬rary Chilean and Latin American art, and her writing is often published by international journals.
- Aperture and Fundación MAPFRE, 2016
- Hardcover with 272 pages
- 10 x 8 inches