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Carlos Garrido Castellano
Post-doctoral researcher
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    Biographical note:

    Carlos Garrido Castellano (BA in History (2010), BA in Art History (2007), PhD in Contemporary Art (2013) University of Granada, Spain) is FCT Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Center for Comparative Studies of Lisbon University. His research interests focus on the visual culture and contemporary art of Atlantic and European postcolonial contexts. He has done long term fieldwork research in countries like India, Serbia, Jamaica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Trinidad Tobago, Puerto Rico and United States, and has collaborated with different national and international peer reviewed academic journals. He has been member of several research projects linked to Caribbean and Latin American studies. He is author of the book “Arte en Diálogo. Conversaciones sobre práctica artística contemporánea, identidad e integración cultural en República Dominicana” (Santo Domingo, 2011), co-author of “De los últimos creadores de mapas. Pensamiento crítico y exposiciones colectivas de arte caribeño” (Madrid, 2012), and managing editor of Quiroga. Revista de Patrimonio Iberoamericano. He has lectured in several European and American universities. He has curated art exhibitions in Cuba, Spain, Puerto Rico, Martinica, Trinidad Tobago and Dominican Republic, and has coordinated special issues and conferences on contemporary art and critical thinking. He is member of AICA (International Association of Art Critics) South Caribbean Section. He is the coordinator of the project 'Comparing We's'.

    Selected publications:

      • “Conceptual Materialism. Installation Art and the Dismantling of Caribbean Historicism.” Third Text, 28 (2), 2014, pp.149-162. ISSN: 0952-8822. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09528822.2014.896493#.U6LrnSgsEmA.
      • “On Art and Other Trades in Turn of Millennium Cuba: A Conversation with Alexandre Arrechea.” Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, 22(2), pp.155-169. ISSN: 1356-9325.
      • “Periferia de la periferia. Sobre el papel de las exposiciones colectivas en la definición del arte caribeño contemporáneo” Arte, Individuo y Sociedad, 25 (1) (2013), pp.19-28. ISSN: 1131-5598. http://revistas.ucm.es/index.php/ARIS/issue/view/2351/showToc.
      • “Desplazamientos, contextos y compromisos. Entrevista con Gerardo Mosquera” Iberoamericana. América Latina-España-Portugal, 45, pp.167-172. ISSN:1577-3388. Edita: Iberoamericana. Vervuert Verlag. Iberoamericana, Frankfurt am Main.
      • Museos locales y didáctica de la arqueología. Una reflexión en torno a la Colección Arqueológica Alejandro Recio. Jaén: Universidad de Jaén, 2011. ISBN: 978-84-695-0169-6.

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