INDEX
Abaroa, Gabriel, 204
Acconci,Vito, 298
act up, 37, 52; and Benneton, 171–172
Activism: consumer, 179–181; and corpo-
rations, 168–173
Acuña, Rodolfo, 53–54
Adorno,Theodor, 1, 10
Afghanistan: opposition to war in, 349–
351, 364 n.3. Seealso Bush Administra-
tion; September 11, 2001
Afro Reggae, 3, 75, 78, 148–159, 152–
154, 190, 376 nn.19, 20; lyrics to Capa
deRevista, 151; lyrics to Claustrofobia,
109–111; lyrics to Rio40Graus, 109–111;
lyrics to SomdeV.G., 154
TheAgeoftheWorldPicture, 26–27
AlienNation, 223, 270
Allen,Terry, 298
Allochtonen, 265–266, 270
Allor, Martin, 224
Alternative art spaces, 333–334
Alvarez, Sonia E., 78, 185
Alÿs, Francis, 298–299
AmericanCanvas (nea), 11, 26, 318, 335,
345
AnAmericanDilemma, 64
Americans for the Arts, web site of, and
September 11th, 345–347
Anti-globalization movement, 361–362,
364 n.2; and culture, 33–37, 193; dem-
onstrations of, 221–222, 231, 236,
344, 351
Anti-immigration, 254
Anzaldúa, Gloria, 252
Appiah, K. Anthony, 57
Arce,Valenzula, 368 n.4
Arfuch, Leonor, 352
Argentina, 70; and the disappeared, 352–
353; migrant workers in, 281. Seealso
Latin America
Arquilla, John, 140
Art: alternative spaces, 333–334; bi-
national, 271–284, 288–289; border,
254, 260, 266–271, 268–270, 289,
296–299; community arts programs,
299–316; exhibitions of, 239–241,
264–266, 282–284; expanded role of,
10–13, 27–28; Latin American, 247,
257–258, 264–265, 283–286 (seealso
Art, Border); maintenance, 384 n.10;
and multiculturalism, 261–262, 264,
379 n.7; muralism, 53; parallel mar-
ket of, 243–247; survey on, 260–262;
transnational cultural brokering of,
238–243. See also insite; and under
namesof individualartists,artworks,and
exhibitions
ArtRebate, 254, 266–271, 268–270
Arte-Reembolso. See ArtRebate
Arte Sem Fronteiras, 274, 283, 284–286
Arthurs, Alberta, 310
Artigas, Gustavo, 382 n.7, 383
Artists. See Art; insite;andundernamesof
individualartists,artworks,andexhibitions
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