Raúl Zamudio

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Raúl Zamudio is a New York-based independent curator, art critic, art historian and educator.

Background[edit]

Raúl Zamudio, maternal name Taylor, was born in Tijuana, Mexico. A Mexican of Basque, English, French, and Paipai ancestry, he was raised in San Diego, California and moved to New York City where he currently lives and works. He received undergraduate and graduate degrees in art history from the City University of New York, and also studied at the following institutions: Vassar College, Université Laval, Columbia University, and the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. He is an alumnus of the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program in Critical Studies.

Curatorial work[edit]

He was Curator-at-Large, Pristine Galerie, Monterrey, Mexico; International Art Director, Other Gallery, Beijing, Shanghai; Director of Exhibitions, White Box, New York, NY; and Curator-at-Large, the:artist:network, New York, NY. He has curated or co-curated over 100 exhibitions in the Americas, Asia and Europe including solo shows of Dennis Oppenheim, Javier Téllez, Miguel Angel Rios, Bik Van der Pol, Gordon Cheung, Riiko Sakkinen, Wojtek Ulrich, Shahram Entekhabi, Sun Yao, and Lui Lei, as well as group exhibitions including The Twilight of the Idols (Madrid), The Metamorphosis (Shanghai), Body Double (Wrocław), The Picture of Dorian Gray (Mexico City), Under Your Skin (New York City), The Phantom Limb (Chicago), The Crystal Land Revisited (Newark), That Obscure Object of Desire (Monterrey, Mexico), The Bermuda Triangle (Miami), Under the Volcano (San Jose, Costa Rica) and Theater of Cruelty (New York City).

Raúl Zamudio's curatorial work is distinguished by an expansive approach underscored, for example, in the following exhibitions: Rayuela, which used the structuralist configuration of the similarly titled novel by the writer Julio Cortázar as curatorial framework; The Passenger, based on the film by the director Michelangelo Antonioni; The Crystal Land Revisited, which was conceptually organized around an essay by the artist Robert Smithson; In the Future the Curator Will Point and Say, "Those Objects Over There is an Exhibition", based on an aphorism by Marcel Duchamp; The Pavilion of Realism , based on Gustave Courbet's rejection from the 1855 Exposition Universelle, which Zamudio presented in Shanghai during the 2010 World's Fair; another exhibition that incorporated a medical condition as thematic; and Art After Dark And After,[1] a talk show in which he served as host that was both an interview program with artists and an art exhibition masked as dialogue and discussion. Apart from organizing exhibitions in galleries, art fairs, art festivals, alternative art spaces, academic and museum institutions, Zamudio was co-curator, "Here Is Where We Jump!," La Bienal 2013, El Museo del Barrio, New York, NY; co-curator, "City Without Walls," 2010 Liverpool Biennial; co-curator, Constellations: 2009 Beijing 798 Biennial; artistic director/curator, Garden of Delights: 2008 Yeosu International Art Festival; co-curator, Turn and Widen: 2008 Media_City Seoul International Media Art Biennial; and co-curator of an official collateral exhibition titled Poles, Apart, Poles Together presented at the 2005 Venice Biennial. His exhibitions have been reviewed in numerous periodicals including Art in America,[2] Art Nexus[3] Art Notes,[4] Diario ABC,[5] L Magazine,[6] New York Art World,[7] New York Times,[8][9][10] Randian,[11] and the Village Voice.[12]

Criticism and Writing[edit]

As an art critic, he has written over 200 published texts of which many have been translated into Chinese, Finnish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, and Spanish. He is author, co-author, or contributor to more than 60 art-related books and catalogs, and some of the artists he has written essays on include Francis Alys, Waltercio Caldas, Lygia Clark, Gordon Cheung, Lucio Fontana, Julio Galan, Damien Hirst, Rebecca Horn, Teresa Margolles, Cildo Meireles, Ana Mendieta, Gabriel Orozco, Helio Oiticica, Santiago Sierra, Jesús Rafael Soto, and Javier Téllez. He is corresponding editor for Art Nexus, and his texts have appeared in numerous periodicals including Contemporary, TRANS> Arts Culture Media, Estilo, Art in Culture, Art Map, Zingmagazine, Art Notes, Laboratory, Framework: The Finnish Journal of Contemporary Art, Journal of the West, Tema Celeste, La Tempestad, Public Art, and Flash Art. His writing has been cited by Reed Johnson of the Los Angeles Times in his article on war and beauty.[13]

Teaching and Lecturing[edit]

He currently teaches at John Jay College, and Parsons the New School for Design. He has been a visiting critic/curator at Ehwa Women's University, Seoul; Sogang University, Seoul; Cheonam University, Cheonam; Royal College of Art, London; Tampere Polytechnic, Tampere; FRAME, Helsinki; Centrum Cultura Zamek, Wrocław; Oaxaca Museum of Contemporary Art; Escuela de Artes Plasticas, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto; Szamzie Space, Seoul; Art Omi, Ghent, New York; Newark Museum; and Location One, New York City. He has lectured, presented papers, delivered talks and participated on panels at universities, museums, galleries and art fairs including Harvard Divinity School, U.C. Berkeley, Stanford University, University of Southern California, University of Washington, CAM/New York University, Universidad de las Americas, Puebla, Mexico, Academy of Art, Wroclaw, Poland, Royal College of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Cleveland Museum of Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Guggenheim Museum, Drawing Center, PS 1 Museum/Clock Tower Gallery, National Museum of American History, Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington, D.C., the Americas Society, NY, The Cervantes Institute, NY, Seoul Museum of History, Other Gallery, Shanghai, Yan Yan Club, Beijing, Yeosu City Hall, MACO/Mexico City, Espacio Trapezio, Madrid, Spain, Carriage House, New York, NY, White Box, New York, NY, and Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY.

Select Bibliography[edit]

2013

  • Zamudio, Raúl. A Bomb, With Ribbon Around It. New York: SAWCC.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al. Geometric Abstraction in Latin America, An Anthology of Texts. Edited by Ivonne Pini. Miami and Bogota: Art and Art; Art Nexus.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, Riiko Sakkinen, and Katja Tukiainen. Katja Tukiainen: Works, Part Two. Helsinki: Parves.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al. Stefano Cagol: The Ice Monolith Platform. Venezia: Gerzani Foundation.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “The Colossus of East Harlem,” Here Is Where We Jump!: La Bienal 2013. New York: El Museo del Barrio.

2012

  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., Mookie Tenembaum: Paranoia. Buenos Aires: Panta Rhei.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., Generaciones 2012. Madrid: Caja Madrid.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “The 2012 Whitney Biennial,” Art Nexus no. 85 vol. 11 (June August): 40-44.

2011

  • Zamudio, Raúl, and Adolfo Doring. Adolfo Doring: Nomenclature. Hong Kong: DK Art Books.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Cinema de la Crueldad.” La Tempestad (July–August): 126-129.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. Fernando Martin Godoy: Capitulo. Madrid: Caja Madrid.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, and Joe Pollitt. Lui Lei: Floating Ice Biography. Beijing: Other Gallery.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, Sophia Schultz, and Ilka Tödt. Shahram Entekhabi: Nothing Gold Can Stay. Beijing: Other Gallery.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, and Ricardo Cisneros. Ricardo Cisneros: Between Two Worlds. New York: Two Leaves Editions. http://twoleaveseditions.com/BETWEEN-TWO-WORLDS-RICARDO-CISNEROS-2011
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., Stefano Cagol: Public Opinion. Eds. Iara Boubnova, Gregor Jansen, Michele Robecchi and Andrea Viliani. Milan and New York: Charta.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. The Third Eye/I. Shanghai: Other Gallery.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, Martha Gehman, and Howard Mean.Winslow McCagg: Recent Paintings. Winchester, VA: Two Streams Press.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, and Wojtek Ulrich. Wojtek Ulrich. Wroclaw: GREG.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, and Wojtek Ulrich. Wojtek Ulrich. Beijing: Other Gallery.

2010

  • Zamudio, Raúl, and Laura Rutkute. City Without Walls. 2010 Liverpool Biennial. Vilnius: Galerija Vartai.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. Damian Ontiveros: Towards a Relational Turn in Art. Nuevo León: Autonomous University of Nuevo León. ISBN 978-607-7577-52-2.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Gabriel Orozco.” Art Nexus no. 76, vol. 9 (March–May): 56-58.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. Gordon Cheung: The Sleeper Awakes. Shanghai: Other Gallery.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. Gorka Mohamed: Tautologies. Seoul: Bright Treasure Art Projects.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, Carol Becker, Edwin Ramoran, and Sarah Reisman. Imageless: Jaye Rhee. Seoul: Specter Press.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. The Metamorphosis. Shanghai: Other Gallery.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, and Maarten Betheaux.The Pavilion of Realism. Shanghai: Other Gallery.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Public Art in South Korea.” Public Art (March–April): 86-90.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Rune Olsen.” MAG (August): np.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, and Yao Sun. Sun Yao: Topographies of the Self. Shanghai: Other Gallery.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. Suspensions of Disbelief. Shanghai: Other Gallery.

2009

  • Zamudio, Raúl. Abdul Vas: Anything Goes. Madrid: La Fresh Gallery.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, “All The World is a Screen: Soon Choi’s APT.” In Soon Choi: APT, Seoul: Brain Factory.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “APT.” EYEBALL (September): np.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. "As Above So Below: From Plato’s Cave to Hitler’s Bunker.” Art Map no. 27 (October): 46–49.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Cildo Meireles.” Art Nexus no. 73, vol. 8 (June–August): 76-78.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “David Maljkovic.” Flash Art vol. XLII, no. 265 (March–April): 83.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. Eternal Recurrence: The Art of Claudia Doring Baez. New York: Chelsea Art Museum.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. Eternal Recurrence: The Art of Lucero. New York: Chelsea Art Museum.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., Constellations: 2009 Beijing 798 Biennale. Beijing: Art Map.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., For You. Zurich: Daros Collection.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “The Genie of History in Three Acts.” FRAMEWORK: The Finnish Journal of Contemporary Art no. 10 (June): 74-75.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Guthrie Lonergon: Text. Image. Sound. (Singular in Focus, not a Faggy Short Film)." EYEBALL (July): np.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., Janet Belloto: Wave. New York: The Lab.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Latin American Art, an Art that is neither Latin nor American.” Art Map no. 26 (September): 43-47.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, Henri-François Debailleux, Phillipe Piguet, and Kwang Sui Oh. Lee Bae. Beijing: Today Art Museum.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Marina Zurkow: The Poster Children and Other Heroes of the Revolution.” EYEBALL (September): np.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Marco Maggi: Between Drawing and Withdrawing.” Art Nexus no. 75, vol. 8 (December 2009-February 2010): 60-64.[1]
  • Zamudio, Raúl. My Mother's Garden. Seoul: Kim Hung Sun and Gallery 101 Space.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Toralth Knobloch.” Flash Art vol. XLII, no. 266 (May–June): 109.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Total Asshole Compression: Cory Arcangel’s Digital Detournement.” EYEBALL (January): np.

2008

  • Zamudio, Raúl. “5th Seoul International Media Biennial.” Flash Art vol. XLI, no. 259 (March–April): 145.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Adrian Piper.” Flash Art vol. XLI, no. 260 (May–June): 152.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. An Woong Chul:Sky Pictures. Seoul: Art and Dream.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Andro Wekua.” Flash Art vol. XLI, no. 260 (May–June): 151.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Edgar Orlaineta.” Flash Art vol. XLI, no. 259 (March–April): 81.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. Garden of Delights. Yeosu: Jinnam Cultural Center, and Chonnam University.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, and Donald Kuspit. Jorge Talca, Pinturas/Paintings. Santiago, Chile: Quebecor. ISBN 978-956-319-523-1.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Michael-Bell Smith.” Flash Art vol. XLI, no. 259 (March–April): 79.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Paul McCarthy.” Flash Art vol. XLI, no. 262 (October–November): 134.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Playing Dead: Joe Delappe’s Virtual Wars.” EYEBALL (May): np.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, Boggi Kim, Phoebe Hoban, and Richard Vine. Oh Chi Gyun: Defining Landscapes. Manchester, VT: Hudson Hills. ISBN 978-1-934435-04-5.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Remembrance of a Bitmapped Past: Michael Bell-Smith's Media Art.” EYEBALL (April): np.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Sang Nam Lee.” Flash Art vol. XLI, no. 261 (Summer issue): 259.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Shadow Boxing: Notes on Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s Shadow Box Series.” EYEBALL (October): np.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, Maarten Bertheux, Andreas Broeckman, and Ilho Park. Turn and Widen: 5th Seoul International Media Art Biennale. Seoul: Seoul Museum of Art. ISBN 978-89-93037-12-8.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “The 2008 Whitney Biennial.” Art Nexus no. 69, vol. 7 (June–August): 70-74.

2007

  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Aaron Hank.” Art Nexus no. 63, vol. 6 (January–March): 166.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Art Basel/Miami Beach.” Art Nexus no. 64, vol. 6 (April–June): 98-101.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Benjamin Torres.” Art Nexus no. 64, vol. 6 (April–June): 14-15.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Christopher Jankowski.” Flash Art vol. XL, no. 254 (June–July): 133.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Dan Topor.” Flash Art vol. XL, no. 256 (October–November): 124.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Jonas Mekas.” [Art Notes] (January): 89.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Pedro Reyes.” Art Nexus no. 66, vol. 6 (October—November): 154.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Stefan Brüggerman.” Flash Art vol. XL, no. 252 (January–February): 115-116.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, and Marc Hungerbuhler. SURGE. Beijing: Artist Network, and OCT Contemporary Art Terminal.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Terence Koh.” Flash Art vol. XL, no. 253 (March–April): 123.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. The Sweet Hereafter. Chicago and New York: Gosia Koscielak Gallery.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., Turn and Widen: Media Art Now and Future. Seoul: Seoul Museum of Art.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. Wojtek Ulrich: SCUM. New York: White Box.

2006

  • Zamudio, Raúl. “(212)-911.” In (212)-911, New York: White Box.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Art Basel/Miami Beach.” Art Nexus no. 60, vol. 5 (March–May): 110-113.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Cesar Cervantes: Collecting Art and the Art of Collecting.” Contemporary (special issue on contemporary art collections) no. 80 : 40-44.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Darkness Ascends.” Flash Art vol. XXXIX, no. 250 (September–October): 57.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, and Elżbieta Kościelak. Dubler/Body Double. Wroclaw: Polish Ministry of Culture, and Centrum Kultury Zamek Wroclaw-Lesnica. ISBN 978-83-89366-75-7.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Oreet Ashery: Venus/Penis Envy?” Akrylic (February): np.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., Presente Perfecto/Present Perfect. Austin: Volitant Gallery.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Seth Price.” Flash Art vol. XXXIX, no. 251 (November–December): 116.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Sex and Death: The Art of Svai & Paul Stanikas.” NYARTS vol. 11, no.1/2 (January/February): 18.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Stephen Shore.” Flash Art vol. XXXIX, no.247 (March–April): 109-110.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Tamy Ben-Tor.” Flash Art vol. XXXIX, no.247(March–April): 111
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “The 2006 Whitney Biennial.” Art Nexus no. 62, vol. 5 (October–December): 72-75.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Tomas Saraceno.” Flash Art vol. XXXIX, no. 250 (September–October): 115.

2005

  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Ana Patricia Palacios.” Art Nexus no. 57, vol. 3 (July–August):148-149.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Cristian Silva.” Art Nexus no. 59, vol. 4 (December 2004-February 2005): 173-174.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Eel Kwon Kim: A Day in the Life of a Painting.” Arts in Culture no. 9: 116-117.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Photography. 3 vols., ed. Lynne Warren. London and New York: Routledge. ISBN 978-1-57958-393-4.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Gabriel Orozco.” Art Nexus no. 59, vol. 4 (December 2004-February 2005):170-171.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Kazumi’s Transmigration and other Adventures.” In Transmigration, Tokyo: T & S Gallery.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “The New MOMA.” Art Nexus no. 58 vol. 4, (September/November): 76.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “The Pleasure Dome.” In The Pleasure Dome, New York: Bureau of Curatorial Affairs.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Retratos: 2000 years of Latin American Portraiture.” Art Nexus no. 58, vol. 4 (September–November): 162-164.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Sarah Lucas.” Flash Art vol. XXXVIII, no. 242 (May–June): 145.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, “Tania Bruguera.” Contemporary (special issue on Venice Biennial) vol. 74: 42-45.[2]
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., Transcultural New Jersey: Diverse Artists Shaping Culture and Communities. Vol. II, eds. Marianne Ficarra, Isabel Nazario, and Jeffrey Wechsler. Rutgers: The State University of New Jersey.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Video Fair or Video Fare?” Contemporary vol. 73: 49.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., Women in Love. New York: Tenri Cultural Institute.

2004

  • Zamudio, Raúl. “AAF Contemporary Art Fair,” Art Nexus no. 58, vol. 5 (December–January): 136-138
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Alejandro Mazon.” Art Nexus no. 55, vol. 3 (December 2003-January 2004): 158-159.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “America as Myth and Realty.” Framework: The Finnish Art Review, Double Issue (no. 1): 123-124.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, and Shin-Eui Park. Airan Kang, Digital Book Project. Seoul: A & A. ISBN 89-951416-8-9.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Carlos Amorales.” Art Nexus no. 53, vol. 3 (July–September): 89-90.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, and Rocio Aranda Alvarado. Chakaia Booker: Jersey Ride. Jersey City: Jersey City Museum.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Damien Hirst.” In The Encyclopedia of Sculpture, 3 vols., ed. Antonia Boström, 753-755. London and New York: Routledge ISBN 978-1-57958-248-7.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., Eel Kwon Kim. New York: John Jay Gallery, John Jay College, C.U.N.Y.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Eugenio Dittborn.” Art Nexus no. 54, vol.3 (October–November): 118-119.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Flash Mobsters.” Framework: The Finnish Journal of Contemporary Art (No. 3): 115-116.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Gregor Schneider.” Flash Art vol. XXXVII, no. 234 (January–February): 88.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, Marek Bartelik, Yongwoo Lee, and Thalia Vrachopoulos. Haesook Kim: Weltanschauung. Seoul and New York: Tenri Cultural Institute.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Jainana Tschape.” Art Nexus no. 53, vol. 3 (July–September): 90-91.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Jesus Rafael Soto.” In The Encyclopedia of Sculpture, 3 vols., ed. Antonia Boström, 1590-1592. London and New York: Routledge ISBN 978-1-57958-248-7.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Lucio Fontana.” In The Encyclopedia of Sculpture, 3 vols., ed. Antonia Boström, 575-577. London and New York: Routledge ISBN 978-1-57958-248-7.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Melik Ohanian.” Flash Art vol. XXXVII, no. 236 (May–June): 83.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, and Donald Kuspit. Norma Bessout: The Journey. Boston: Arden Gallery.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al. POOL: Art Addict Underground Art Fair. New York: FRERE.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Rebecca Horn.” In The Encyclopedia of Sculpture, 3 vols., ed. Antonia Boström, 759-761. London and New York: Routledge ISBN 978-1-57958-248-7.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Skin Deep and Bad to the Bone.” NYARTS vol. 9, no. 9/10 (September/October): 54.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Some Notes on Censorship and Art After 9/11.” Laboratory (March): np.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., Sylvia Wald. New York: Tenri Cultural Institute.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “To Be Political It Doesn’t Have To Be Stereotypical.” Latinart, np.

2003

  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Adriana Varejao.” Flash Art vol. XXXVI, no. 230 (May–June): 90-91.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Architectonics of Painting.” NYARTS vol. 8, no. 6-8 (June/August): 51-52.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Energy and Entropy.” NYARTS vol. 8, no.9/11 (September/October): 55-56.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. "The Ear-Eye Problem." Berlinerkunst vol. 2, no. 3 (March): 46.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. "The Flaneur as Botanist." Berlinerkunst vol 2, no. 4 (April): 44.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., Going Public: Politics, Subjects, Place. Modena and Sassulo: MAST, 2003.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. Javier Telléz: Naming the Unnamble." Latinart (July): 1-3. [3]
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Jorge Tacla: Expanding the Field of Painting.” Art Nexus no. 49 (July/September): 48-52.[4]
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Latin American Geometry.” Art Nexus no. 50, vol. 1 (October–December): 88-89.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Maria Elena Gonzalez.” Art Nexus no. 48, vol. 1 (April–June): 134-135.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Miami's Vice.” NYARTS vol. 8, no. 11/12 (November/December): 67-68.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “The Missing: The Photography of Andrea Frank and Cleverson.” In Absences: Urban Alienation in Contemporary Photography, New York: Tenri Cultural Institute.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Rubens Gerchman.” Art Nexus no. 47, vol. 1 (January–March): 131-132.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Sylvia Wald.” NYARTS vol. 8, no. 6-8 (June–August): 14- 15.

2002

  • Zamudio, Raúl. “A New Touch of Evil.” Berlinerkunst vol 1, no. 12 (December): 6-7.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Apocalpyse Forever: Dominic McGill’s Chaos Aesthetics.” NYARTS vol. 7, no. 4 (April): 8-9.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. "Art & Violence: Poetry after Auschwitz, Art after 9/11" NYARTS vol. 7, no. 2 (February): 38-39.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Architecture of Confinement.” In Javier Telléz: Blind Data, New York: Art in General.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Atelier Morales.” Flash Art vol. XXXV, no. 232 (October–November): 111.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. Blue on the Track. New York: Generous Miracles Gallery.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Breaking Alberti’s Window.” Berlinerkunst vol. 1, no. 11 (November): 21-22.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Daniel Senise.” In The St. James Guide to Hispanic Artists, ed. Thomas Riggs, 560-562. Detroit, MI: St. James Press. ISBN 978-1-55862-470-2.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. "Enoc Perez." Art Nexus no. 45 (July–September): 117-118.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Francis Alÿs.” In The St. James Guide to Hispanic Artists, ed. Thomas Riggs, 19-20. Detroit, MI: St. James Press. ISBN 978-1-55862-470-2.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Hélio Oiticica.” In The St. James Guide to Hispanic Artists, ed. Thomas Riggs, 423-424. Detroit, MI: St. James Press. ISBN 978-1-55862-470-2.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Javier Telléz.” In Art Basel/Miami Art Fair, Basel and Miami: Art Basel/Miami Art Fair.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Javier Telléz: Institutionalized Aesthetics.” Flash Art vol. XXXV, no. 231 (July/September): 85-86. [5]
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Julio Galan.” In The St. James Guide to Hispanic Artists, ed. Thomas Riggs, 219-221. Detroit, MI: St. James Press. ISBN 978-1-55862-470-2.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., Kim Dae Won: Mountain Vistas and Guardian Spirits. New York: Tenri Cultural Institute.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Lucio Fontana.” In The St. James Guide to Hispanic Artists, ed. Thomas Riggs, 210-212. Detroit, MI: St. James Press. ISBN 978-1-55862-470-2.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Lygia Clarke.” In The St. James Guide to Hispanic Artists, ed. Thomas Riggs, 134-135. Detroit, MI: St. James Press. ISBN 978-1-55862-470-2.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Marco Arce.” Art Nexus no. 44 (April–June): 122-123.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Miguel Angel Rios.” In The St. James Guide to Hispanic Artists, ed. Thomas Riggs, 501-503. Detroit, MI: St. James Press. ISBN 978-1-55862-470-2.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Monika Bravo.” Art Nexus no. 46 (October–December): 145.
  • Zamudio, Raúl, Jacob Fabricus, and Annie Fletcher. Op-Ed: Gerard Byrne. Dublin: Limerick City Gallery of Art, and The Douglas Hyde Gallery. ISBN 978-0-907660-81-1.
  • Zamudio, Raúl “Stuart Croft: Mobius Trip.” NYARTS vol. 7, no. 1 (January): 6-7.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. "Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice.” NYARTS vol. 7, no. 6 (June): 88.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Waltercio Caldas.” In The St. James Guide to Hispanic Artists, ed. Thomas Riggs, 83-85. Detroit, MI: St. James Press.ISBN 978-1-55862-470-2.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., (The World May Be) FANTASTIC. Sydney: 2002 Sydney Biennial.

2001

  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Bik Van der Pol: Sculpture and its Double.” NYARTS vol 6, no. 2 (February): 12-13.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “The Critic as Ethnographer.” NYARTS vol. 6, no.1 (January): 22-23.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Figures of Speech.” NYARTS vol. 6, no. 6 (June): 44-46.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. Guillermo Creus. New York: Cynthia Broan Gallery.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Javier Téllez.” Art Nexus no. 41 (August–October): 75-76.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Lygia Pape and Gerardo de Barros.” Art Nexus no. 42 (November–January): 87-88.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Rayuela.” In Hopscotch, Union, NJ: Kean University.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Miguel Angel Rios: Los ninos brotan de noche.” In Special Projects, Long Island City: PS1/MOMA.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Nature Denatured: Gabriel Orozco’s Recuperated Nature” NYARTS vol. 6, no. 7 (July/August): 46-48.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Rainer Ganahl.” Zingmagazine no. 15 (Summer): 105-106.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Randomly Shooting a Gun into a Crowd and Other Acts of Beauty.” In Bik van der Pol: Loompanics, New York: White Box.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Santiago Sierra’s Drifts and Detours.” NYARTS vol 6, no. 4 (April): 32-33.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Superimposition.” Tema Celeste (September–October): 84.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. Viva Cuba. New London, CT: Alva Gallery.

2000

  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Adriana Arenas.” Art Nexus no. 38 (November–January): 64-65.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Bodies Without Organs.” NYARTS vol.5, no.9 (September): 15.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Cildo Meireles.” Art Nexus no. 36 (May–July): 147-148.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. "Cildo Meireles: Knowing Can Be Destroying.” TRANS>Art Cultures Media no.7 (Spring): 144-152.[6]
  • Zamudio, Raúl. "Criminal Ornamentation." In Roberto Juarez: Taste in Home Decorating, Walla Walla: Whitman College of Art and Design.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., FRERE: Independent Art Fair. New York: FRERE.
  • Zamudio, Raúl et al., The Grey Painting XII, New York: Nikolai Fine Art.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Painting as Remodeling.” NYARTS vol.5, no.7 (July/August): 16-17.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “The Parallax Hotel.” In The Parallax Hotel, New York: Bureau of Curatorial Affairs.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. "Platos’ Cave, Alberti’s Window, Bentham’s Panopticon.” NYARTS vol. 5, no. 5. (May): 44.
  • Zamudio, Raúl. “Vik Muniz: Operations with/in Photography.” NYARTS vol.5, no.6 (June): 23-24.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Art After Dark and After
  2. ^ Vine, Richard. "Dawn of the Asian Century." Art in America, December 2008, 97-98.
  3. ^ Angeline, John. "Miguel Angel Rios: Don't Ever Look For Me, You Will Not Find Me." Art Nexus, June–August 2003, 133.
  4. ^ Stone, Roland. "Dearest Mommie." Art Notes, December 2007, 61-62.
  5. ^ Flórez, Fernando Castro. Sin posibilidad de catharsis. Diario ABC, May 15, 2011.
  6. ^ Sutton, Benjamin. hammer-time-an-exhibition-of-institutional-critique. L Magazine, August 31, 2011.
  7. ^ Goddard, Donald. Under Your Skin. New York Art World, April 2005.
  8. ^ Cotter, Holland.Javier Téllez: Alpha 60 (the mind-body problem). New York Times, October 18, 2002.
  9. ^ Genocchio, Benjamin. The Crystal Land Revisited. New York Times, December 12, 2004.
  10. ^ Genocchio, Benjamin. Theater of Cruelty. New York Times, August 3, 2007.
  11. ^ Moore, Chris. The Third Eye/I: Iranian Contemporary Art. Randian, May 12, 2011.
  12. ^ Levin, Kim. Dennis Oppenheim: Armatures for Projection, the Early Factory Projects. Village Voice, January 27, 2004.
  13. ^ Johnson, Reed. War in All its Awful Beauty. Los Angeles Times, April 20, 2003.

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