WHAT IS ‘LATINX’?
Thursday, October 8, 17:00 BST

PUBLICATIONS AND ONLINE RESOURCES SELECTION
By Aldeide Delgado (WOPHA, Founder & Director)
info@wopha.org

 

BOOKS

Arlene Dávila, Latinx Art; Artists, Markets and Politics (Durham: Duke University Press,
2020).

Elia Alba, The Supper Club (New York: The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation, 2019).
Juana María Rodríguez, Queer Latinidad; Identity Practices, Discursive Spaces (New
York, London: New York University Press, 2003).

 

ARTICLES

Adriana Zavala, “Latin@ at the Intersection,” Aztlan: A Journal of Chicano Studies 40:1
(Spring 2015).

Aldeide Delgado, “A Latin American Universe; What is Latinx?,” C& América Latina,
December 16, 2019.

Arlene Dávila, “Making Latinx Art: Juana Valdes at the Crossroads of Latinx and Latin
American Art,” in Women and Migration: Responses in Art and History, eds. Deborah
Willis, Ellyn Toscano and Kalia Brooks Nelson (Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers,
2019).

Beverly M. Pratt, Lindsay Hixson, and Nicholas A. Jones, “Measuring Race and
Ethnicity Across the Decades, 1790-2010,” Population Division | U.S. Census Bureau,
September 4, 2015.

David Gonzalez, “What’s the Problem with ‘Hispanic’? Just Ask a ‘Latino’,” The New
York Times, November 15, 1992.

Luis Noe-Bustamante and Antonio Flores, “Facts on Latinos in the U.S,” Pew Research
Center, September 16, 2019.

Luis Noe-Bustamante, Lauren Mora and Mark Hugo, “About One-in-Four U.S.
Hispanics Have Heard of Latinx, but Just 3% Use It,” Pew Research Center, August 11,
2020.

Rubén G. Rumbaut, “The Making of a People,” January 1, 2006.
Tatiana Flores, “Disturbing Categories, Remapping Knowledge,” in The Routledge
Companion to African-American Art History, ed. Eddie Chambers (Routledge, 2019).

The future of the arts is Latinx: Q&A with artist Teresita Fernandez
https://www.fordfoundation.org/ideas/equals-change-blog/posts/the-future-of-thearts-
is-latinx-qa-with-artist-teresita-fernandez/

Latinx thoughts: Latinidad with an X
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/327404627_Latinx_thoughts_Latinidad_wi
th_an_X

 

EXHIBITIONS

Juana Valdes: Rest Ashore
http://locustprojects.org/exhibitions/main-gallery/rest-ashore.html
Building a Feminist Archive. Cuban Women Photographers in the US. Bailey
Contemporary Arts.
https://www.broadwayworld.com/miami/article/Bailey-Contemporary-Arts-Presents-
Building-a-Feminist-Archive-A-Showcase-of-Cuban-Women-Photographers-in-the-
US-20191203
Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago.
https://wallach.columbia.edu/exhibitions/relational-undercurrents-contemporaryart-
caribbean-archipelago
Pacha, Llaqta, Wasichay: Indigenous Space, Modern Architecture, New Art
https://whitney.org/exhibitions/pachallaqtawasichay
Afro Syncretic
https://www.latinxproject.nyu.edu/afro-syncretic

 

CONFERENCES

Latinx Art Sessions, 2019.
https://latinxsessions.org/
Latinx Art is American Art, 2018.

U.S. Latinx Arts Futures Symposium, 2016.
https://latinx-art.tumblr.com/
U.S. Latinx Arts Futures Symposium – Juana Valdés

 

PROJECTS

US Latinx Art Forum (USLAF)
https://www.uslaf.org/
The Latinx Project
https://www.latinxproject.nyu.edu/
The Afrolatin@ Forum
http://www.afrolatinoforum.org/
Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture Journal
https://online.ucpress.edu/lalvc

 

ARTISTS IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE

Juana Valdés
Ana Mendieta
María Martínez Cañas
Alicia Alvisa Rodríguez
Silvia Lizama
Maria Magdalena Campos
Carlotta Boettcher
Gladys Triana
Teresita Fernández
Elia Alba
Nereida García Ferraz
Coco Fusco
Miguel Luciano
Adler Guerrier
Firelei Báez
Antonia Wright
Scherezade García
Nyugen E. Smith
William Cordova
Livia Corona Benjamin
Jorge González
Guadalupe Maravilla
Ronny Quevedo
Claudia Peña Salinas
Lucia Hierro
Tiffany Alfonseca
Joiri Minaya
Carlos Martiel
David Antonio Cruz
Ricardo E. Zulueta