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Argentinian content creators also need an income (video column by Ivana Szerman)

From denialism during the pandemic to the emerging content creator economy, Argentinian journalist and Youtuber Ivana Szerman describes the social and digital landscape Argentina is experiencing after the pandemic. This video column is part of our series on Reimagining Latin America After the Pandemic: Media, Culture and Democracy  Ivana Szerman […]

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10 Essential Albums of the new Brazilian Pop

With a tenuous connection with the sound brands that are associated with the music of Brazil – samba, bossa nova, carnival – the new Brazilian pop shares a tendency towards electronic music, contemporary R&B and avant garde pop. Here is a review of ten essential albums to dive into the […]

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How did the pandemic impact Mexico’s culture and independent art? (Video column by Adela Goldbard)

From the militarization of the citizens to socially committed art, Mexican artist and professor Adela Goldbard helps us understand Mexico’s situation and challenges after the pandemic. This video column is part of our series on Reimagining Latin America After the Pandemic.  Adela Goldbard is an interdisciplinary artist/educator/scholar from Mexico City. […]

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Afrotrónicos: the new sounds of Afro-Peruvian electronic music

During the second decade of the new millennium, several Peruvian artists embarked on musical projects that articulated Afro-Peruvian culture with the sounds of contemporary electronics. Translocal styles such as grime, dubstep, trap and global bass were freely synthesized by these musicians to weave a rhythmic and sonic curtain. Jaws [quijadas] […]

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Reinventing History and Language: 10 Peruvian Artists Under 45

Archeological expeditions of the past to question the present and reinvent the future, Peruvian contemporary art goes beyond superficial layers. Selection and text by Peruvian art curator Luisa Fernanda Lindo.  1.CLAUDIA MARTINEZ-GARAY (1983) Martinez-Garay‘s work takes existing images to review and question the past. Her work reads the remains that […]

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Nino Augustine: “The urban genre is going to be just a big gumbo of music” [VIDEO]

This episode of Hybrid Atlanta features Nino Augustine, an Atlanta-based rapper and musician from Panama. Nino talks about his multicultural identity and how being exposed to early Panama reggae and Atlanta hip-hop influenced his music. Created by Paul Alonso, Hybrid Atlanta is a video interview series with local artists and creatives […]

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