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All images included in this gallery are available online in full color. Please visit www.msupress.msu.edu/journals/cr. All images appear courtesy of the artists and were originally featured as part of "Pintando a Borges/Painting Borges," a special exposition curated by Jorge J. E. Gracia and devoted to Borges and painting, which was held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, at the Universidad Católica Argentina, June 23-25, 2010. [End Page 1]


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Luis Cruz Azaceta, The House of Asterion (2009)
75 cm × 75 cm, markers on paper

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Alejandro Boim, The South (2009)
61 cm × 61 cm, oil on canvas

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Miguel Cámpora, The Doubt (2009)
80 cm × 100 cm, acrylic on canvas

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Ricardo Celma, The Gospel According to Borges (2009)
75 cm × 150 cm, oil on canvas

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Laura Delgado, The Female Other (2009)
100 cm × 70 cm, mixed media on canvas

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Laura Delgado, The Garbage Heap II (2009)
100 cm × 70 cm, mixed media on canvas

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Héctor Destéfanis, The Guthres' Decision (2009)
100cm × 70 cm, mixed media on paper

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Claudio D'Leo, The Immortal (2009)
100 cm × 100 cm, oil on canvas

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Carlos Estévez, Forking Gardens (2006)
100 cm × 70 cm, pencil and gouache on paper

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Carlos Estévez, The Immortal (2006)
117 cm × 117 cm, tempera and pencil on amate paper

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Carlos Estévez, The Rose of Paracelsus (2009)
100 cm × 70 cm, pencil and gouache on paper

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José Franco, The Writing of God (2010, based on a 1995 idea) 200 cm × 150 cm, acrylic on canvas

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Etienne Gontard, The Interloper (1991)
100 cm × 100 cm, acrylic on canvas

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Mirta Kupferminc, The Writing of the God 2/5 (2004)
41 cm × 64 cm, etching

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Mirta Kupferminc, With the Fire 1/5 (2008)
100 cm × 70 cm, digital print

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Mirta Kupferminc, The Secret Miracle (2008)
100 cm × 70 cm, digital print

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Nicolás Menza, Circular Ruins (1999)
100 cm × 100 cm, acrylic on canvas

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Nicolás Menza, The Garden of Forking Paths (2000)
100 cm × 70 cm, pastel on paper

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Nicolás Menza, The Secret Miracle (2005)
100 cm × 70 cm, goffering on paper

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Mauricio Nizzero, Funes, the Memorious (2009)
80 cm × 50 cm, ink and coffee on paper


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Mauricio Nizzero, The Other (2009)
80 cm × 50 cm, ink and coffee on paper

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Estela Pereda, "If You Want Her, Use Her" (1991)
100 cm × 100 cm, oil on canvas

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Alberto Rey, Doubting of St. Thomas (2009)
48 cm × 83 cm, oils on plaster on canvas over wood

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Paul Sierra, Asterion (2009)
86 cm × 66 cm, oil on canvas

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Additional Information

ISSN
1539-6630
Print ISSN
1532-687x
Pages
pp. 1-24
Launched on MUSE
2012-02-02
Open Access
No
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