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Crónicas de sangre impura 2019

This publication contains thirteen unpublished texts by authors from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Iraq, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and Uganda. Most of them were part of FelipaManuela's residency programs, carried out during 2018 and 2019 and others have been specially invited to contribute to this publication. Through conversations, interviews, chronicles, and personal narratives, this group of professionals contributes different reflections on the decolonial and anti-racist debate present today in a vigorous way in the cultural practice and programming of museums and art centers around the world.

Crónicas de Sangre Impura has been edited by Andrea Pacheco González and Diego del Valle Ríos and contains texts by: Beatriz Lemos, Daniel Sepúlveda, Diane Lima, Diego del Valle Ríos, Duen Sacchi, Mag de Santo, María Elena Ortíz, María Paola Malavasi, Michy Marxuach, Serubiri Moses, Pamela Desjardins, Sofía Olascoaga, Rheim Akaddhi, Ximena Gama and José Luis Villacañas in an interview with Andrea Pacheco González.

This publication has been possible thanks to the Grants for Contemporary Creation Spaces 2018-2019, Madrid City Council.

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T-Squad Project 2019

Art and Education Residency Program School in Residence: T-Squad Project Mural and Fanzine Third fanzine, made in October 2019, within the Transatlantic Squad Project residence as part of FelipaManuela's Art and Education Residency Program. The editing, design and illustrations of the publication were made by Fatima Guariota and iki yos piña with the collaborations of Ani Ganzala, Duen Sacchi and Nayare Montes. This publication has been made thanks to the Grants for Contemporary Creation Spaces 2018-2019 of the Madrid City Council. This publication has been possible thanks to the “Ayudas a Espacios de Creación Contemporánea 2018-2019” grant given by Madrid City Hall.

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Citas Suculentas II 2019

Second fanzine made in January 2019, with the excuse of bringing together two judges, collector and publishers - Gustavo Bruzzone and Carlos Copertone - and being witnesses of their recipe exchange. The edition, design and illustrations of this publication are made by George Hutton. This publication has the support of the Reina Sofía National Art Center Museum, through the Perturbable School program; and the participation of MINECO (Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness) within the R&D project, “The incorporation of university artistic communities into the accounts of modernity and the present”. This publication has been made thanks to the Grants for Contemporary Creation Spaces 2018-2019 of the Madrid City Council. This publication has been possible thanks to the “Ayudas a Espacios de Creación Contemporánea 2018-2019” grant given by Madrid City Hall.

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Citas Suculentas 2018

A fanzine made by artist George Hutton based on the meeting with the same name organized in May 2018 during the AC/ E and FelipaManuela Curatorial Research Program, in collaboration with the R&D group "The incorporation of university artistic communities in narratives of modernity and the present ”of the Complutense University Madrid and the Library of the Faculty of Fine Arts of the same university.

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LIBRO 2017

Is a yearbook that summarizes the activity of FelipaManuela through a group of images and texts of residents in 2017 that reflect on curatorial practice, networking, field research, together with the generous collaboration of various agents art of the city of Madrid. This publication has been made thanks to the Aid to Contemporary Creation Spaces 2017 of the Madrid City Council. This publication has been possible thanks to the “Ayudas a Espacios de Creación Contemporánea 2017” grant given by Madrid City Hall.

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