Welcome to Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture, the first peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to visual and material cultures in Mexico, Central America, South America, the Caribbean, the United States, and those in diaspora, published by the University of California Press. Its geographical scope and chronological span are wide-ranging and encompassing. LALVC publishes scholarship from the ancient Americas to the contemporary moment. For the first time, scholars working in these areas have a venue for publishing the latest research in art history, design, material culture, architecture, film, media, performance art, museum studies, popular culture, fashion, public art, and artivism. With the recent spectacular growth in research and exhibitions on Latin American and Latinx art, the increasing visibility of Latin American culture on the world stage, and demographic changes in the United States, where 18 percent of the population is now defined as “Latino” or “Hispanic” by the US census,...

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