Arturo Desimone is an Aruban-Argentinean writer and visual artist, currently doing an artist residency in Athens, Greece. His essays on politics have previously appeared in Informed Comment, openDemocracy, and elsewhere.
Como en 1977: ¿Argentina en el túnel del tiempo?
Revisionismo histórico, censura y guerra contra la memoria. El lenguaje y las políticas – aunque no los medios - en...
Published in: TransformationWho gets to be an artist? An interview with cultural theorist Hans Abbing
Just why are artists so poor? Hans Abbing explains.
Guerra contra la memoria en Argentina
Coincidiendo con la llegada de Obama a Buenos Aires, una operación de des-ideologización y desmemoria está en marcha...
The war on memory begins in Argentina
Coinciding with Obama's arrival in Buenos Aires, an operation of de-ideologization and forgetfulness is under way in...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaCritique of the boycott divestment sanctions movement, from a Jewish supporter of the Palestinian cause
The moral degeneration of Israel must not have as its indirect consequence the moral degeneration of the Palestinian...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Radical thinking in the Caucasus: an interview with a member of the resistance movement in Azerbaijan
Talking with an opposition educator about the Enlightenment, resistance and populism in Baku.