Phillip Penix-Tadsen describes four distinct spatial frameworks employed in videogame design, and offers examples from Latin American developers to demonstrate the different ways in which gamespace creates meaning. More
Join Juan Pablo Garza as he enjoys a refreshing cepillado to counteract Maracaibo’s heat, browses for used books in El Emporio del Libro, and admires an architectural survivor on Tule Street that exemplifies the maracucho spirit. More
Art’s political authority has sought to effect transformation either through revolutionary operative means, or through the formal and conceptual means of the avant-garde. Sandra Pinardi explains why, in Latin America's contemporary art scene, these two modes of political art are uniquely in crisis in Venezuela. More
In under three minutes, Rafael Romero outlines the lengthy 1886 voyage along the Orinoco River undertaken by explorer Jean Chaffanjon and artist Auguste Morisot. Morisot’s documentary sketches and photos create a retrospective travelogue.
One of the questions we are most often asked at the CPPC is about where the collection may be seen. Now you can see the location of our artworks on the interactive map we’ve developed to help you follow the collection as it travels the globe! More
With the detention in Havana of one of Cuba’s most visible artists: Tania Bruguera, several people in the art world are calling for a boycott of the forthcoming Bienal de la Habana as an act of protest... More
The Beaux-Arts de Paris les éditions and the Cruz-Diez Foundation publish "Carlos Cruz-Diez. Entretiens avec Ariel Jiménez", the French edition of the CPPC publication "Carlos Cruz-Diez in conversation with/en conversación con Ariel Jiménez". More