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Josh Rios

JOSH RIOS is an educator, media artist, and cultural critic whose projects deal with the histories, archives, and futurities of Latinx subjectivity and US/Mexico relations as understood through the intersections of globalization, modernity, postmodernity, and neocoloniality. Upcoming projects include a performance for the symposium Decoloniality: Aesthetics and Methodologies at Tufts University (Boston), and a performance and lecture at the School of Visual Arts (NYC).


From Center to Middle and Back Again

Chicago has a relatively limited commercial gallery system compared to other major national and global metropolitan areas, which has contributed to an overall context that doesn’t strictly center the commercial gallery as the sole path to a long-term, rigorous practice.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUNE 2020

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