Jaime Davidovich in Conversation with Daniel R. Quiles is the tenth installment of Fundación Cisneros’ Conversaciones series. In a dynamic, in-depth dialogue with Dr. Quiles, Davidovich recounts his early years in postwar Argentina, the coup d’état in 1963 that led to his relocation to New York City, and his long-ranging, highly influential career as a visual artist. The volume includes accompanying photographs and illustrations, as well as Spanish and English texts.
Biting the Hand that Feeds You - Jaime Davidovich, is the accompanying catalogue for Davidovich’s 2010 retrospective at the ARTIUM museum in Valencia, Spain. Complete with a series of essays by Rodrigo Alonso, Eugeni Bonet, Leah Churner, Herman Rapaport and Fito Rodriguez, this catalogue is a comprehensive exploration of Davidovich’s work, parsing out the varied historical influences and conceptual preoccupations operating in the artist’s oeuvre. The volume includes accompanying photographs and illustrations, as well as Spanish, English, and Basque translations.