Remains–Tomorrow: Themes in Contemporary Latin American Abstraction
Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, Editor
Work included in Remains–Tomorrow: Themes in Contemporary Latin American Abstraction. The publication offers a thought-provoking perspective on the dynamic field of contemporary abstraction in Latin America.
THIS MUST BE THE PLACE: An Oral History of Latin American Artists in New York 1965–1975
Published by Americas Society + ISLAA
This Must Be the Place: An Oral History of Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975, by Aimé Iglesias Lukin, with essays by Harper Montgomery, Yasmin Ramirez, and Abigail Lapin Dardashti.
Raquel Rabinovich: Hutchinson Modern & Contemporary, 2020
This is a PDF presentation of works published by Hutchinson Modern & Contemporary in 2021. It includes 24 pages of photographs and texts.
Interview by Jonathan Goodman, 2020
This interview by Jonathan Goodman was published in Fronterad in May, 2020.
The Darkest Dark One Can Imagine, 2018
Accompanying essay by Mary Kay Lombino for the exhibition "Raquel Rabinovich: The Reading Room" at Vassar College Library.
Raquel Rabinovich: The Reading Room, 2018
Accompanying brochure for the exhibition at Vassar College Library.
Raquel Rabinovich: Excerpts
Accompanying essay written by Alex Bacon for the exhibition "Excerpts" at the Pratt Library in Brooklyn. Co-sponsored by the Pratt Institute Libraries and Franklin Furnace Archive, the exhibition is curated by Alex Bacon, a scholar, writer and curator based in New York City. Exhibition dates: January 31 – April 3, 2017
Rivers of Letters, Rivers of Mud: Reflections on Raquel Rabinovich
Article written by Marjorie Agosín for World Literature Today, November 2015.
Raquel Rabinovich's Paradoxes
Accompanying essay written by Alex Bacon for the exhibition "Gateless Gates" at Y Gallery from November 21 - December 23, 2014.
The RIVERMAP for Raquel Rabinovich
Poem by Robert Kelly written on March 31, 2011
Chronicles of Time, 2002 and 2013
Catalogue written by Linda Weintraub on "Emergences," New York
Raquel Rabinovich, Antologia del lecho de los rios/Anthology of the Riverbeds, 2008
Book published by Editorial Fundation Alon para las Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2008 on the occasion of Raquel Rabinovich's solo exhibition at Fundacion Alon. Principal essayist and editor:Julia P. Herzberg; other essayists:Jenny Fox, Patricia C. Phillips and Ana María Battistozzi.
Raquel Rabinovich, The Dark is the Source of Light, 1996
Book written by Linda Weintraub and George Quasha with a poem by Charles Stein. Station Hill Arts, Contemporary Artists Collection, Barrytown, New York.
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