Another red in the Portuguese diaspora
Lourdes Castro and Manuel Zimbro’s Un autre livre rouge
in Art, Global Maoism and the Chinese Cultural Revolution
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Ana Bigotte Vieira and André Silveira examine Un autre livre rouge, an artist book made by the Portuguese artists Lourdes Castro and Manuel Zimbro while they were living in Paris. The two-volume book alluded to Mao’s Little Red Book and was entirely devoted to the contradictory meanings and psychological associations that red conveyed. The work was crafted mostly between 1973 and 1975 at a time of radical political change in Portugal. The Carnation Revolution and the PREC (Período Revolucionário Em Curso, Ongoing Revolutionary Period) informed Un autre livre rouge, which was, however, both less and more than a political book.


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