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The Essex Collection of Art from Latin America produces a range of research publications in relation to its artworks, artists and exhibitions. These publications are generally available in printed and digital format and some are free while others can be purchased from ESCALA or through other suppliers.

ESCALA also commissions and sells Artists Editions which are, so far, limited print editions in a range of sizes, techniques and materials. These can be purchased directly from ESCALA.

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    ESCALA Research Paper 3 - 'Karmadavis: Art, Justice, Transition'

    The third in our series of ESCALA Research Papers accompanies Karmadavis: Art, Justice, Transition on display at firstsite, Colchester from 10 November 2012 - 10 March 2013. The Research Paper is co-written by Guest Curators Dr Sanja Bahun and Professor Maria Crisitna Fumagalli from the University of Essex.

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    ESCALA Research Paper 2 - Unravelling Threads

    The second in our series of Research Papers, Unravelling Threads explores issues related to textile production by the indigenous people of the Andean region of South America. While not all of the artworks in the exhibition stem directly from textiles or indigenous Andean heritage, they draw on a number of related ideas or threads.

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    'La muerte sonriendo en paz sobre los caimanes, 2008

    The Essex Collection of Art from Latin America commissioned Ofelia Rodriguez to produce La muerte sonriendo en paz sobre los caimanes (Death Smiling Peacefully over the Caimans) for ESCALA Artist Editions, established in 2008. This initiative covers the artists' production costs and, where appropriate, includes an element of professional development. All proceeds are returned to the artist and to the Collection to support its activities and further editions.

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    Drap, 2008

    The Essex Collection of Art from Latin America commissioned Jaime Gili to produce Drap for ESCALA Artist Editions, established in 2008. This initiative covers the artists’ production costs and, where appropriate, includes an element of professional development. All proceeds are returned to the artist and to the Collection to support its activities and further editions.

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    Botánico, 2008

    The Essex Collection of Art from Latin America commissioned Cinthya Soto to produce 'Botánico' for ESCALA Artist Editions, established in 2008. This initiative covers the artists' production costs and, where appropriate, includes an element of professional development. All proceeds are returned to the artist and to the Collection to support its activities and further editions.

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    ESCALA Research Paper 1 - 'Southern Press: Prints from Brazil, Paraguay, and Chile'

    The first in our series of Research Papers, Southern Press focuses on the works of thirteen printmakers, including Oswaldo Goeldi, Lívio Abramo, Antonio Henrique Amaral, Olga Blinder, Nemesio Antúnez and other key practitioners from the 1950s, 60s and 70s.

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