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The creation of a global market for Colombian contemporary art through valuation and match-making

2021 , Aerne, Annatina

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El comienzo de una nueva era a partir del reciclaje de los pioneros, visionarios y referentes colombianos

2018-06 , Aerne, Annatina

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Integration through vocational training. Promoting refugees’ access to apprenticeships in a collective skill formation system

2021 , Aerne, Annatina , Bonoli, Giuliano

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El comienzo de una nueva era a partir del reciclaje de los pioneros, visionarios y referentes colombianos

2018-06 , Aerne, Annatina

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Prestige in social dilemmas: A network analytic approach to cooperation among Bogotá’s art organizations

2020 , Aerne, Annatina

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Art’s Transformative Potential: Comparing Doris Salcedo’s Plegaria Muda and Ludmila Ferrari’s Cultus

2016-12-05 , Aerne, Annatina

This paper examines the transformative potential of two contemporary Colombian artworks on society. The question is interesting in light of the internal conflict and a recent increased activity in the art market in Colombia. Two installations created by Colombian artists are contrasted in order to approach the question. Doris Salcedo’s Plegaria muda (2008-2010) and Ludmila Ferrari’s Cultus (2007-2015) provide an interesting basis for comparison because the two artworks differ with respect to their involvement with art institutions. The installations are juxtaposed along different dimensions: how they encourage connections amongst citizens and transcend their immediate publics by linking different audiences, as well as how they restructure space so as to introduce a different set of norms.