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Outranslation in Argentina

Interpreting Silences (2008-2012) / 2013

Author: Valeria Añon

 

An essay that approaches the publishing world from a different angle: that of the translation processes in Argentina.  How bridges are built, what are the main obstacles, what cultural policies support the bonds that literary translation performs, what is still left to be done.

La traducción literaria en América Latina

Edited by: Gabriela Adamo / 2012

 

Where does literary translation stand today in Latin America? TyPA Foundation has invited Latin American specialists - translators, researchers, critics and writers- to think about the current practice of translation in their respective countries.

25 great essays from Argentina

TyPA Catalogue / 2009

 

This catalogue presents a selection of the best books in Social Sciences and Humanities published in the last few years by argentinean authors who, up until then, had not been translated into other languages. It aims to encourage the international circulation of argentinean thought and foster its translation.

Outranslation in Argentina

Copyright sales for translation into other languages (2002-2009) / 2009

Investigation and report: Gabriela Adamo, Valeria Añon, Laura Wulichzer

 

Outranslation in Argentina (2002-2009) is a thorough investigation that offers a register about the translation of argentinean authors into other languages, in order to know more about the circulation of argentinean literature abroad.

30 great authors from Argentina

TyPA Catalogue / 2008

 

This catalogue offers a selection of fiction by excellent argentinean authors who up until now had not been translated into other anguages. It aims to encourage the international circulation of argentinean literature.

Idea Crónica

Literatura de no ficción iberoamericana

Edited by: María Sonia Cristoff / 2006

 

Idea Crónica explores the irruption of reality which seems to be the growing tendency in the different languages of current art. This phenomenon, very much analysed by academics and theoretitians, is adressed here directly from the literary production point of view.

LAYERING IN MUSEUMS

Customized exhibition design for segmented audiences
A case study.

 

A brand new publication that presents Layering methods step by step. It allows museums to improve their exhibitions through flexible and inexpensive strategies of audience segmentation and throughout knowledge of their specific needs.

ARTE CONTEMPORÁNEO
EN (sala de) GUARDIA

Dilemas y sistemas para la conservación de las obras
de arte contemporáneo

Editor: Américo Castilla /2015

 

Should we try to restore a piece conceived as ephemeral by its author? Should we replace its decaying elements, such as edibles, for example? Is it possible to re-install a work of art of which we only have the instructions given by the author? These and other questions are the core subject of this book.

The Museum and its Audiences.
The Visitor takes the stand

Editors: Jacqueline Eidelman, Mélanie Roustan & Bernadette Goldstein / 2013

Spanish translation: Martín Schifino.
Prologue to the Spanish version: Américo Castilla

 

To establish the curve of audience, to get to know and understand the visitors and to satisfy the users, are three main issues that refer to the problems, knowledge and systems of actions that combined, determine the policy of contemporary museums concerning audiences. That policy expresses not only a scientific and cultural approach but it also responds to an economic and social logic.

The Hybrid Museum

Author: François Mairesse / 2012

Spanish translation: Martín Schifino.
Prologue to the Spanish version: Américo Castilla

 

What type of link do museums have with the State and the market? How can they be managed efficiently without risking their cultural specificity? The logic of “the gift” and various management proposals make this book a unique piece in the current discussion on the future of museums.

El museo en escena

Política y cultura en América Latina

Edited by: Américo Castilla / 2010

 

What challenges do Latin America’s museums face today? What waits for them in the future? Latin American experts outline some answers, while they raise new questions around museums, key institutions in the definition of cultural policies of a country.

The film edge.

Contemporary filmmaking in Latin America

Edited by: Eduardo A. Russo / 2011

English translation: Heather Cleary Wolfgang

 

What does it take to make films in Latin America? Through a selection of articles, this book pictures the complex and dynamic reality of the filmmaking industry in Latin America. Published in Spanish in 2008, it was reedited in 2011 for this English version.

Hacer cine.
Producción audiovisual en América Latina

Edited by: Eduardo A. Russo / 2008

 

What does it take to make films in Latin America? This book gathers articles by industry professionals, tracks the path that is being followed lately, examines tendencies, and outlines some possible directions for audiovisual production in Latin America.