ARTE CONTEMPORÂNEA, PINTURA, FOTOGRAFIA, PERFORMANCE, ESCULTURA, VÍDEO, DANÇA, GÊNERO; CONTEMPORARY ART, PINTURA, PHOTOGRAPHY, SCULPTURE, VIDEO, DANCE, GENDER ISSUES

Paralelo 31

Paralelo 31, revista digital do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Artes Visuais da Universidade Federal de Pelotas, apresenta-se como uma publicação científica especializada  na área de Artes Visuais de acesso publico e gratuito.  Propõe um foco ampliado de abordagem neste campo, buscando favorecer o debate cultural acerca da produção artística no contexto contemporâneo e o ensino da arte em consonância com a diversidade atual desta produção.

Paralelo 31, a digital journal of the Postgraduate Program in Visual Arts of the Federal University of Pelotas, Pelotas, RS, Brazil, is a specialized scientific publication in the area of Visual Art with free public access. It proposes an extended approach to research in the field of art, seeking to promote cultural debate about contemporary art production and art education in consonance with the current diversity of this production.

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RECEBEMOS SUBMISSÕES DE ARTIGOS EM FLUXO CONTÍNUO

 
A revista Paralelo 31 aceita artigos em fluxo continuo, bem como ensaios verbais e visuais e resenhas.  
Publicado: 2020-09-30
 

DICA do EDITOR: CRIAR E-MAIL INSTITUCIONAL PARA SEU PERIÓDICO CITAÇÕES h5, h10

 

Venho por meio deste divulgar informação que possa ser útil para os Editores deste Portal. Sugiro que solicitam no PROGIC/UFPel um e-mail institucional para seu periódico (ao invés de usar o e-mail institucional do Editor). Depois,  crie um "perfíl no Google Scholar" que pode ajudar o indexador reconhecer as citações de artigos publicados em seu periódico.    

Para a área de Artes Visuais, a avaliação qualis do CAPES utiliza a métrica do Google Acadêmico, e outros indexadores Web of Science e Scopus, para medir as citations  (esta informação é relevante para a área de Artes, pode ser diferente para outras áreas). 

Verifique se Google Acadêmico está reconhecendo os dados de seu periodico e, se não esteja, crie um "perfil do Google Acadêmico" para a revista.

Estas informações são consequências da minha participação no Fórum de Editores da ârea de Artes Visuais de 2020 que aconteceu online esta semana durante o ANPAP-Encontro da Associação Nacional  de Pesquisadores em Artes Plásticas.

Foi constatada que as citações de muitas revistas da área de Artes no país não são reconhecidas pelo Google Acadêmico que afeta seu qualis que usa a métrica h5, h10, etc. 

 
Publicado: 2020-09-30
 

Chamadas 2020 Paralelo 31

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Publicado: 2020-05-13
 

EDIÇÃO 15 2020 DOSSIE: CONVOCATÓRIA ARTE PÓS-DIGITAL: Perspectivas Micropolíticas nas relações entre Arte e Tecnologia

 

 

 

 

 

Submissão aberta até 31 de julho de 2020

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Deadline: 31 de julio 2020

 

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Publicado: 2019-08-10
 

Edição 14 CONVOCATÓRIA: DOSSIÊ: Protagonismos da Pandora nas artes: Mulheres artistas, profesoras e investigadoras - submissão prorrogada até 30 de maio de 2020

 
 

Prorrogação Submissão até 30 de maio de 2020


Aceitamos também submissões de artigos sobre a arte contemporânea e o ensino da arte em geral, bem como resenhas de livros e exposições recentes. 

 

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 LLAMADA PARA ARTICULOS – DOSSIER: protagonismos de Pandora en las artes: mujeres

artistas, profesoras e investigadoras

 

 

 Extended Deadline:  - 30 de maio de 2020 

 Aceitamos artigos e resenhas sobre a arte contemporânea e o ensino da arte. A tradução em português não é necessária. 

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 Submission deadline extended - 30th of May, 2020 


We are also accepting submissions for research articles about contemporary art and art education in general, as well as recently launched book and exhibition reviews.   Translation into Portuguese is not necessary. 

To submit, please register/cadastrar and check "author". 

 

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Publicado: 2019-09-10 Mais...
 

Edição 13 – Dossiê: Arte Contemporânea: Entre linguagens de afeto e sensibilidades do cotidiano (2019/02) - 30 setembro de 2019

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Publicado: 2019-02-18
 

Edição 12 (2019/01) – CHAMADA DE ARTIGOS CALL FOR PAPERS ARTE AMÉRICA LATINA

 

 


DOSSIÊ:  PERSPECTIVAS E POÉTICAS DA PRODUÇÃO CONTEMPORÂNEA NAS E DAS ARTES VISUAIS DA E NA AMÉRICA LATINA

Organizadoras:

Paz Lopez – Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, Santiago, Chile - plopess@gmail.com           

Rosângela Fachel – Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Pelotas - rosangelafachel@gmail.com 

Data limite para a submissão de artigos: 12 de junho de 2019.

Figura: imagem da obra "A logo for América" (1987), de Alfredo Jaar

 

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Publicado: 2019-01-05
 

12th EDITION (2019/01) - CALL FOR PAPERS

 

PERSPECTIVES AND POETICS OF CONTEMPORARY  ART PRODUCTION IN AND ABOUT THE VISUAL ARTS  IN AND FROM LATIN AMERICA

Paz Lopez - Diego Portales University, Chile - plopess@gmail.com

Rosângela Fachel - Federal University of Pelotas, Pelotas - paralelo31.revista@gmail.com

Deadline for submissions: June 12, 2019

Figure: Image of "A Logo for America" (1987), by Alfredo Jaar

PERSPECTIVES AND POETICS OF CONTEMPORARY  ART PRODUCTION IN AND ABOUT THE VISUAL ARTS  IN AND FROM LATIN AMERICA

Paz Lopez - Diego Portales University, Chile - plopess@gmail.com 

Rosângela Fachel - Federal University of Pelotas, Pelotas - paralelo31.revista@gmail.com

In 2014, the Guggenheim Project UBS MAP Global Art Initiative held the exhibition Under the Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today (https://www.guggenheim.org/exhibition/under-the-same-sun-art-from-latin%20-america-today), with the Mexican curator Pablo León de la Barra. The exhibition was presented as an investigation into the contemporary Latin American artists' response to the complex reality they share from their colonial and modern histories of repressive governments, economic crises and social inequality, as well as simultaneous periods of economic wealth, development and progress in the region. The exhibition would then present contemporary artistic responses to the past and the present, as well as imaginary possible futures. Combining works from thirty-seven artists from sixteen countries, the exhibition was organized around five thematic axes: "Conceptualism and its Legacies", "Tropicologies", "Political Activism", "Modernism and its Failures" and "Participation / Emancipation", which, according to the curators,  would contemplate art-defining issues in Latin America at the time. In 2015, the exhibition with its title translated into Portuguese  - Sob o mesmo sol: arte da América Latina hoje, was presented at the Museum of Modern Art - MAM, São Paulo, Brazil; and with its title translated in Spanish   - Bajo el mismo sol: arte de América Latina hoy, was exhibited at the Jumex Museum, Mexico City, Mexico.

This exhibition can be read as the heir of a series of curatorial projects, based in the hegemonical centers of art production, that had attempted to redefine the ethical, political and aesthetic problems that would determine the conditions of production and circulation of Latin American art. We recall, for example, Magiciens de la terre (Georges Pompidou, 1989); The Bride of the Sun (Royal Museum of Antwerp, 1991); Latin American Artists of the 20th Century (Museum of Modern Art of New York, 1993).

 So what would Latin American Art be? The question does not refer to an essence, but to questioning the representations that are at stake when it comes to "rewriting the historical geography of modern and contemporary art" (BARRIENDOS, 2009) in Latin America, and its struggles to redefine itself. The very denomination (more geopolitical than continental) -  Latin + America - combines references to the new and the old world, alluding to its hybrid and composite aspects, besides being a new way to name the continent that ended up losing its name to the United States, that is, ‘America’. But while there was an attempt made at continental identification, one must also recognize the geographical diversity that divides the continent into four sub-regions: Andean, Amazonian, Platina American and Central American Caribbean, in which different cultures and civilizations have developed, and what Ángel Rama (2001) calls "cultural counties [cultural districts]”. It should be kept in mind that although Latin American peoples possess common cultural features, they also have, as Hugo Achugar (2004) points out, heterogeneities based on places, landscapes and territories, which have distanced them.

But even if the idea of the existence of an artwork that can be understood as Latin American seems to us questionable, above all, because it comes from a geopolitical classification, which takes the place of origin and production as defining cultural identities. This allows us to (re)think and (re)define the existence of common visual poetics and discourses that permeate the various art practices and question the Latin American representations in contexts of cultural hegemony. It is therefore fundamental to generate constant and simultaneous issues about how these cultural frames and perspectives are chosen, for they try to classify and define these productions, as they identify tendencies and angles for perception, they can also create new ones.

With these questions in mind, we propose this dossier as a space for the discussion of contemporary Latin American art production in all its aspects and shades. In addition to theoretical-critical reflection on works, artists and trends, developed in articles in essays, we are also interested in visual essays produced by contemporary Latin American artists, as well as interviews and reviews of works, publications and exhibitions related to the theme.

Deadline for submissions: June 12, 2019

In addition to the "Dossier" proposed, Paralelo 31 accepts original and unpublished papers - articles, critical reviews, essays, visual essays and interviews on the contemporary arts and on art education, curatorship, criticism and contemporary art history. The journal Parallel 31 publishes twice a year and also accepts submissions in continuous flux written by doctoral researchers, professors and master's students in co-authorship with their advising professor.

 

 

 

 

 
Publicado: 2019-01-05
 
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