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Volume 26, Number 1, 1 January 2012

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Bursting on the Scene
pp. 1-4(4)
Author: Martins, Sérgio Bruno

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Moacir dos Anjos and Agnaldo Farias in Conversation with Felipe Scovino
pp. 5-15(11)
Authors: Scovino, Felipe; Martins, Sérgio Bruno

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The Brazilianness of Brazilian Art
pp. 17-28(12)
Author: Cardoso, Rafael

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Controversies of a Juror
pp. 29-39(11)
Author: de Avelar, Ana Cândida

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Geopolitical Criteria and the Classification of Art
pp. 41-52(12)
Author: Bôas, Glaucia Villas

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Ethics, Psychoanalysis and Postmodern Art in Brazil
pp. 53-63(11)
Author: Rivera, Tania

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Revolution in the Aesthetic Revolution
pp. 65-78(14)
Author: Skrebowski, Luke

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Phenomenological Openness
pp. 79-90(12)
Author: Martins, Sérgio Bruno

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Exit and Impasse
pp. 91-101(11)
Author: Small, Irene V

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Palmeiras and Pilotis
pp. 103-116(14)
Author: Le Blanc, Aleca

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Public Space on the Run
pp. 117-129(13)
Author: Wisnik, Guilherme

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Brazil, Latin America: The World
pp. 131-140(10)
Author: Whitelegg, Isobel

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The Uroborus Effect
pp. 141-147(7)
Author: Asbury, Michael

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Contributors
pp. 149-150(2)

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