At present, Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture (LALVC) is committed to publishing intellectually rigorous, thought-provoking content in the form of scholarly articles, reflective Dialogues, and critical book reviews. LALVC does not publish themed issues that focus their content on specific issues identified by editorial leadership. While some have questioned this editorial prerogative, an issue like the current number of LALVC demonstrates the benefit of eschewing themed issues. Issue 4 of LALVC is a reflection of the present depth and breadth of the fields of Latin American and Latinx visual culture studies. Scholarly essays address Pre-Columbian iconography, colonial South American sculpture and architecture, and contemporary Latinx public art. The...

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