Nomadic Avant-Garde in Argentina: The Curious Case of Washington Cucurto
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This essay represents a new and young Argentine writer, Washington Cucurto. While dwelling on aesthetics and politics of his writing, the author concludes that the question of newness risks becoming a commodity emptied out of any meaning. It poses the question if avant-garde is still possible.