La nueva edición de la revista explora los logros y las fallas del país económicamente más próspero de América Latina.
AS/COA in the News
The magazine’s new issue explores the achievements and faults of Latin America’s most economically prosperous country.
"We are facing a world that is way more polarized beyond Brazil," says the AS/COA senior director.
“Muchas de las obras…beben de la fe cristiana y las artes populares africanas,” escribe Nora Quintanilla sobre la exposición de la Americas Society.
"It's been a conversation for many years. I see the benefit for Argentina but what's in it for Brazil?" said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to Reuters.
"There is an impatience and an unrest because these governments are not delivering what citizens want," said the Americas Quarterly's editor-in-chief.
"When you have a power vacuum like this, there can be really unpredictable consequences," said the Americas Quarterly's editor-in-chief about Peru.
"La democracia, por sí, no está en riesgo", dijo el vicepresidente de política de AS/COA.
"Tengo relativa confianza en la justicia brasileña y los tres poderes en investigar sin hacer excesos", dijo el vicepresidente de política de AS/COA.
"There’s a great deal of pressure on these three countries to now make some progress," said AS/COA Online's editor-in-chief.
"It was already going to be a difficult presidency, and this takes that up several notches," said AS/COA's Cecilia Tornaghi to Axios.
"This is either an attempt to get away or a self-imposed exile," said AS/COA's Brian Winter to The Washington Post.
"It's hard to say whether it was a break in security or it was a purposeful stand down from security forces," said AS/COA's senior director of policy.
La exposición, que se inaugurará el 25 de enero, es la primera exposición individual en los Estados Unidos del artista afrobrasileño.
The show, which opened January 25, is the first solo exhibition in the United States of the Afro-Brazilian outsider artist.
A mostra, que abre no dia 25 de janeiro, é a primeira individual do artista afro-brasileiro nos Estados Unidos.
El Diario NY escribe sobre la obra de arte permanente mostrando el Chimborazo en Americas Society.
Daniel Cassady highlights Americas Society's two-part exhibition on ARTNews' end-of-year roundup.
“[Lasso] needs help and the U.S. is in a position to provide some,” said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to the Associated Press.