Art. Latino/Latina Studies. Osvaldo Romberg is an Argentine artist living in the United States who has, over the past five decades, produced a consistently goading body of work that tackles questions of analysis, interpretation, and representation of art and art history. His own history of translocation--between Argentina, Israel, Europe, and the United States--and his firm commitment to family and teaching are mirrored by an art practice that persistently plays with questions of life, sex, death, and the complexities of language and mythology. OSVALDO ROMBERG +/-70, EVEN assembles classic texts by Marcelin Pleynet, Jean-Michel Rabate, Marjorie Welish, and others (including Romberg himself), and positions them alongside new interviews with the artist and fragmentary fictions written in conversation with his work. This volume also includes rare biographical materials, and provides a photographic survey of Romberg's work from the 1950s to the present.