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Publications of Pedro Lasch    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. Lasch, P, TAKE ME TO THE TOP: The Fine Art of Finance, A project by Pedro Lasch, with the collaboration of Stefano Harney and Sverre Spoelstra London Eye, July 5th, 2012 Produced by Hayward Gallery for the Wide Open School exhibition, in HETEROPOLIS, edited by Boucher, M-P; Dufresne, J-M; Melgar, G; Prost, J-F (December, 2013), Adaptive Actions, Montreal
  2. Lasch, P, HETEROPOLIS, edited by Boucher, M-P; Dufresne, J-M; Melgar, G; Prost, J-F (December, 2013), Adaptive Actions, Montreal
  3. Lasch, P, Géoesthétique, edited by Quiros, K; Imhoff, A (December, 2013), B42, Paris, France
  4. Lasch, P; Cruz, T, Transnational Community-Based Production, Cooperative Art, and Informal Trade Networks, in What We Made: Conversations on Art and Social Cooperation, edited by Finkelpearl, T (January, 2013), Duke University Press  [abs]
  5. Lasch, P; Cruz, T, What We Made: Conversations on Art and Social Cooperation, edited by Finkelpearl, T (January, 2013), Duke University Press  [abs]
  6. Lasch, P, Grand Gestures & (Im)Modest Proposals: A Project for Documenta 13 AND AND AND, edited by Lasch, P (September, 2012), XCO / Documenta 13 AND AND AND, Kassel, Germany  [abs]
  7. Lasch, P, Lecturas para un espectador inquieto (2012), pp. 273-282 pages, CA2M: Madrid, Spain
  8. Lasch, P; others, , Un Atlas de Cartografías Radicales, edited by Mogel, L; Bhagat, A (November, 2010) (First Spanish edition of the 2007 'An Atlas of Radical Cartography.' Prologue to the Spanish edition: Javier Arbona, Nick Sowers and Bryan Finoki.)
  9. P. Lasch with S. Aravamudan, J. Gonzalez, A. Maillet, W. Mignolo, P. Sigal, Black Mirror/Espejo Negro by Pedro Lasch (Fall, 2010), Nasher Museum of Art and Franklin Humanities Institute. Distributed by Duke University Press [available here]
  10. P. Lasch and others, in Cartography: Artists + Maps, edited by Katharine Harmon (2009), Princeton Architectural Press  [abs]
  11. Lasch, P; others,, An Atlas of Radical Cartography, edited by Mogel, L; Bhagat, A (2007), Los Angeles: Journal of Aesthetics and Protest Press

Articles Published

  1. Lasch, P, Propositions for a Decolonial Aesthetics and “Five Decolonial Days in Kassel” (Documenta 13 AND AND AND), Periscope - Social Text, New York (July, 2013), New York, NY [available here]
  2. Lasch, P, Breve Argumento Visual por una Estética Descolonial, Causa Sur: Pensar Nuestra America / Revista de pensamiento político, Buenos Aires, Argentina no. 5 (2013)
  3. Lasch, P; others, , Pensamiento argentino y opción descolonial, edited by Mignolo, W; Palermo, Z, El desprendimiento: pensamiento crítico y opción descolonial, vol. 7 (2013), pp. cover & p2-cover & p2, Argentina: Editorial Signo & Durham: Globalization and the Humanities Project, Duke University
  4. Lasch, P; Lay-Trigo, , Migrarte Ciencia y arte visual, un diálogo identitario bilateral, edited by Educatives, IUDCII, EARI. Educación artística. Revista de investigación no. 4 (Winter, 2013), Universitat de València
  5. Margaret R. Greer, Thine and Mine: The Spanish “Golden Age” and Early Modern Studies, PMLA, vol. 126 no. 1 (November, 2011), pp. 217-224, MLA Journals
  6. Lasch P, , Selections from Pedro Lasch’s ’Phantom Limbs’ and ’Twin Towers Go Global’, Time Out New York (September, 2011)
  7. Lasch, P, If Not Here, Then There: Will We Some Day Regret Not Having Rebuilt the Twin Towers?, 9/11 Anniversary Issue, Towerview: The Chronicle’s News and Culture Magazine, vol. 13 no. 2 (September, 2011), pp. 20-20
  8. Appleton, A; Lasch P, , Where Do We Migrate: Group exhibition asks you to consider the plight of refugees, exiles, and migrants, Baltimore City Paper (April, 2011)
  9. P. Lasch and others, Pensamiento argentino y opción descolonial, edited by Walter Mignolo, Zulma Palermo, El desprendimiento: pensamiento crítico y opción descolonial, vol. 7 (Spring, 2011), pp. cover & p2, Argentina: Editorial Signo & Durham: Globalization and the Humanities Project, Duke University
  10. Lasch, P, The Indianization of Globalization, edited by Levander, C; Mignolo, W, The Global South, vol. 5 no. 1 (Spring, 2011), pp. 12-13
  11. 16Beaver Group, ; Lasch P, , Free Association/Means in Common, edited by Curcio, A; Ozselcuk, C, Rethinking Marxism, Special Issue: The Commons and the Forms of the Commune, vol. 22 no. 3 (July, 2010)
  12. Lasch, P, University, Narcochingadazo, and Hemispheric Non-Cooperation, edited by Lane, J; Godoy-Anativia, M, e-misférica, vol. 6 no. 2 (2010), New York University: Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics
  13. Lasch, P; others, , Arte y estética en la encrucijada descolonial, edited by Mignolo, EW; Palermo, Z, El desprendimiento: pensamiento crítico y opción descolonial no. 6 (2010), pp. cover & p2-cover & p2, Argentina: Editorial Signo & Durham: Globalization and the Humanities Project, Duke University
  14. Lasch, P; 16Beaver, , C.A.R.T.E.L., Special Issue Publication and Website, edited by Services, T, Art Work: A National Conversation About Art, Labor, and Economics (2009) [available here]
  15. Lasch, P, A Proposal for the 11th Istanbul Biennial, 2009, IDEA: Arts & Society (2009), pp. 146-148 (Special insert as artwork.)
  16. Lasch, P, What Are We Before We Are Naturalized? A Journal of Non-Linear Activity, IDEA: Arts & Society no. 33-34 (2009), pp. 7-27
  17. Lasch, P; others, , Genero y Descolonialidad, edited by Mignolo, W; Lugones, M; jiménez-Lucena, I; Tlostanova, M, El desprendimiento: pensamiento crítico y opción descolonial no. 4 (2008), pp. cover & p2-cover & p2
  18. Lasch, P, El color de la razón: racismo epistemológico y razón imperial, edited by Mignolo, W; Eze, EC; Henry, P; Castro-Gómez, S, El desprendimiento: pensamiento crítico y opción descolonial no. 3 (Spring, 2008), pp. cover & p2-cover & p2, Argentina: Editorial Signo and GlobalArgentina: Editorial Signo & Durham: Globalization and the Humanities Project, Duke University
  19. Lasch, P, Tianguis Transnacional: Drifting and Indigenous Migrancy, WHW Newspapers, edited by Holmes, B; Group, B; What, H; Curlin, FWWHWI; Devic, A; Ilic, N; Sabolovic, S, What Keeps Mankind Alive? and Continental Drift no. Issue #15 (Fall, 2008), pp. 20-21, Zagreb, Croatia
  20. Lasch, P; 16Beaver Group, , Iraq Questionnaire Answers, October Magazine no. No. 123 (Winter, 2008), pp. 149-160, M I T PRESS
  21. Ramírez, M; Tania, ; Lasch P, , Ser mixteco o purépecha ya no puede entenderse con una lógica territorial, La Jornada (México) (October, 2007)
  22. Lasch P, , Abren muestra fotográfica sobre vida de mexicanos en Nueva York, Milenio (Guadalajara) (April, 2006)
  23. W. Mignolo, Interculturalidad, descolonización del estado y del conocimiento, edited by Eds. Walter Mignolo, Catherine Walsh, Alvaro García Linera, El desprendimiento: pensamiento crítico y opción descolonial no. 2 (2010 Fall), Argentina: Editorial Signo & Durham: Globalization and the Humanities Project, Duke University
  24. Lasch, P, Recycled Photographs: Moving Still Images of Mexico City, 1950/2000, in Photography and Writing in Latin America: Double Exposures, edited by Schwartz, M; Tierney-Tello, MB (2006), pp. 139-172, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press [ref=sr_1_1]
  25. Lasch, P, Justice for Three Voices: Two Real, One Imaginary, edited by Ahn, K, Journal BOL no. Issue #4 (2006), Seoul: BOL
  26. Lasch P, , Map of New ORDER Lines, edited by Ahn, K, Journal BOL no. Issue #4 (2006), Seoul: BOL
  27. Lasch, P; others, , Introducción: (Des)Colonialidad del ser y el saber, Eds. Mignolo, Maldonado-Torres, Schiwy, El desprendimiento: pensamiento crítico y opción descolonial no. 1 (2006), pp. 2 & cover-2 & cover, Argentina: Editorial Signo & Durham: Globalization and the Humanities Project, Duke University
  28. 16Beaver Group, ; Lasch P, , Act Patriot Act (2005), The Contemporary Museum, Baltimore (Special publication for the exhibition "Patriot".)
  29. Lasch, P, Una Propuesta Escultorica, Saber Ver, vol. Segunda Epoca (2005), pp. 38-39
  30. Lasch, P, Naturalizations: Media Defacements, Rethinking Marxism, vol. 16:4 (2004), pp. 486-487
  31. 16Beaver Group, ; Lasch P, , An Open Interview and Lunch, Fuse Magazine, vol. 26:2 (2003), pp. 12-13 (special issue "Democracies Improvised", as well as Special Addendum.)
  32. Lasch, P, La Mesa de Juego de Mendeleiev, Ciencias, vol. 65 no. 76 (2002), Mexico City: U.N.A.M.
  33. Lasch, P, Ciencia y Circo, Ciencas, vol. 57 (2000), pp. 68-74, Mexico City: U.N.A.M.
  34. Lasch, P, El Pincel Electrico y el Cuadro de Plata, Ciencias, vol. 59 (2000), pp. 76-77, Mexico City: U.N.A.M.
  35. Lasch, P, Un Arte que Nace, y si no se Reproduce...Muere, Longevidad: Ciencia y Culture no. 108-116 (2000)
  36. Lasch, P, Una Propuesta Escultorica para el Zocalo, Curare: Espacio Critico para las Artes, vol. 15 (1999), pp. 89-95

Book Reviews

  1. JENNIFER REYNOLDS-KAYE, Black Mirror / Espejo Negro by Pedro Lasch and Jennifer A. González, e-misferica, vol. 9 no. 1 & 2 (Spring, 2012), Hemispheric Institute for Performance & Politics, New York [reynoldskaye]
  2. Luz Elena Ramírez Gochicoa, Pedro Lasch: Un artista a través del espejo, Revista Dirección de Bibliotecas (October, 2010), México: Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México (UAEM)

Other

  1. Pedro Lasch & Miguel Rojas Sotelo, Separata Decolonial, Revista Calle 14: Arte y Decolonialidad, vol. 4 no. 5 (2010), Bogota, Colombia

Exhibition Catalogs

  1. Lasch, P, Eight Ways to Look at a Map: Modular statements from the LATINO/A AMERICA Series (translation from 2006 English-Spanish text), in Géoesthétique, edited by Quiros, K; Imhoff, A (December, 2013), B42, Paris, France
  2. Pedro Lasch and Miguel Rojas-Sotelo, Estéticas Decoloniales, edited by Walter Mignolo and Pedro Pablo Gomez (April, 2012), pp. 40-61, Facultad de Artes ASAB / Museo de Arte Moderno Bogota, Bogota, Columbia [est_ticasdecoloniales_gm]
  3. Lasch, P, Breve argumento visual por una estética descolonial, in Lecturas para un espectador inquieto (2012), pp. 273-282, CA2M: Madrid, Spain, Madrid, Spain
  4. P. Lasch and others, Where Do We Migrate To: Issues in Critical Theory, edited by Niels Van Tomme (2011), pp. 17 & insert, University of Maryland Baltimore: Center for Art, Design, and Visual Culture
  5. P. Lasch and others, Mapping: Memory and Motion in Contemporary Art, edited by Sarah Tanguy (2011), pp. 28-29, Katonah Museum of Art
  6. P. Lasch and others, Haiti: History Embedded in Amber, edited by Edouard Duval Carrier (2011), pp. 30-31, Franklin Humanities Institute
  7. Lasch, P, Brain Review 2002 (Part 1), in SPECULATIVE: Exhibition catalogue, edited by Leary, CO; Blas, Z (2011), pp. 36-42, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions Los Angeles
  8. Lasch, P, Global Indianization? and LATINO/A AMERICA, in The Future Lasts Forever, edited by Lagomarsino, R; Motta, C (2011), pp. 45-49, Gävle Konstcentrum, Iaspis, Sweden
  9. Lasch, P, LATINO/A AMERICA, in Trans-Americanity: Subaltern Modernities, Global Coloniality, and Cultures of Greater Mexico, edited by Saldívar, JD (2011), pp. cover-cover, Duke University Press
  10. P. Lasch and others, Greater New York (Exhibition Catalogue), edited by New York: PS1 MoMA (May, 2010)
  11. Lasch, P, Tanta Cerca Tan Cerquita, in Catalog for Transitio 2007: International Festival of Electronic Arts & Transnational Communities, edited by Quintanilla, EG; Delgado, M (Spring, 2009), Centro Nacional de las Artes, Mexico City
  12. Beck, J, The Art of Memory and Navigation Across Asia, in Fever Variations: Gwangju Biennale 2006 Catalogue, edited by Kim, H-H, vol. 1 (2006), pp. 281-295, Gwangju Biennale Foundation
  13. 16 Beaver Group, , Between US: Introduction, in Fever Variations: Gwangju Biennale 2006 Catalogue, edited by Kim, H-H, vol. 1 (2006), pp. 281-295, Gwangju Biennale Foundation
  14. Lasch, P, Naturalizations, in Caras Vemos, Corazones No Sabemos: Faces Seen, Hearts Unkown (Exhibitition Catalogue), edited by Malagamba, A (2006), pp. 66-66, Notre Dame: Snite Museum, University of Notre Dame
  15. 16 Beaver Group, , Between US: Exhibition Notes and Documentation, in Fever Variations: Gwangju Biennale 2006 Catalogue, edited by Kim, H-H, vol. 2 (2006), pp. 168-169, Gwangju Biennale Foundation
  16. N. Thompson & G. Sholette, The Interventionists: User’s Manual for the Creative Disruption of Everyday Life (2004), pp. 111-112, Cambridge, MASS MoCA Publication & MIT Press
  17. H. Chen et al, Social Capital (Exhibition Catalogue) (2004), pp. 19-24, Whitney Museum of American Art
  18. L. Suan Hiang, SENI: Singapore 2004, Art & the Contemporary (Exhibition Catalogue) (2004), pp. 36-49, National Arts Council. Singapore

Exhibition Reviews

  1. Roberta Smith, Pedro Lasch: Selections from ‘Phantom Limbs’ and ‘Twin Towers Go Global’, The New York Times: Museum and Gallery Listings for Oct. 7-13 (October 7, 2011)
  2. Jessie Tsang, LATINO/A AMERICA: The New York & North Carolina Suites, Recess (January 22, 2009), The Duke Chronicle
  3. Jovanovich, Alex, An Atlas of Radical Cartography, Art Lies: A Contemporary Art Quarterly no. Issue 57 (Spring, 2008)

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