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The Research &Creativity Collection,  born at the University Institute Educational Creativity and Innovation,  wants to focus on contemporary art, on its challenges and unanswered questions, but maintaining, its educational nature, regardless to research and  to come closer to the conditions and requirements of the current artistic manifestations.

Issue 1. Arte Contemporáneo público ¿una relación imposible? (Public Contemporary Art, an impossible relationship?

The content of this publication is part of a larger research project that has been supported by the R&D project, “Comportamientos artísticos fin de siglo en el contexto valenciano. Precedentes de las poéticas de la globalización” (Last century artistic behaviour in the Valencian context. Precedents of the globalisation poetics) funded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation.

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Issue 2. La imagen mundializada, ¿una iconicidad global? (The globalised image, a global iconicity?)

The content of this publication is part of a larger research project that has been supported by the R&D project, “Comportamientos artísticos fin de siglo en el contexto valenciano. Precedentes de las poéticas de la globalización” (Last century artistic behaviour in the Valencian context. Precedents of the globalisation poetics) funded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation.

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Issue 3. A propósito de la crítica de arte. Teoría y práctica. Cultura y política. (Speaking of art criticism. Practice and Theory. Culture and Politics)

In this volume are gathered 208 pages of seven essays, with an introduction and an extensive bibliography, which are linked by the reflection about the critics of Contemporay Art by a professor of Philosophy, art critic, who has known how to combine theory and practice in his career.

Author: Romà de la Calle de la Calle, Full University Professor and Director of the ICIE.

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Issue 4. Hacer y dejar hacer. Políticas culturales y mediación pública en las artes visuales (Doing and stop doing. Cultural policies and public mediation in visual arts)

Publication that contains the lectures of several professionals from different cultural and territorial areas, developed during research and debate conferences, which questions the institutional control on cultural policies. The second part of the text deals with technological activism as another artistic discipline of the global context.

Authors: Calle, Romà de la; Silvestre, Ricard; Senabre, Carmen; Tejeda, Isabel; Aranda, Fernando; Parcerisas, Pilar; Gómez-Baeza, Rosina; Villa, Rocío de la;Molinuevo, José Luis; Pérez Rubio, Agustín; Marín, Joan M.

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Issue 5. Precedentes de las poéticas de la globalización desde el contexto artístico valenciano (Precedents of the globalisation of poetics from the Valencian artistic context)

This book, which is the result of the final research of an R&D project, tries to cover the absence of a general study that has considered an approach of the signs and dynamics which the Valencian contemporary art has undergone in the last 90s. Besides this first approach, there is also the united and systematic possibility of analysing all those areas in which the Valencian contemporary art has shown its strength.

Authors: Calle, Romà de la; Tejeda, Isabel; Mira, Enric; Blasco, Juan Ángel; Aranda, Fernando; Silvestre, Ricard; Torrent, Rosalía; Lozano, Rián; Forriols, Ricardo; Ortiz, Áurea.

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