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The Latin American Spirit by
Call Number: 704.0368 L
Publication Date: 1988-10-01
An account of what the Latin American presence has meant to the art of the USA. Many Latin American artists, such as the Mexican muralist Diego Rivera and his wife, the Surrealist Frida Kahlo, have influenced US artists directly, while others have absorbed American developments into their work.
Caribbean : art at the crossroads of the world by
Call Number: 709.729 C
Publication Date: 2012-11-20
Unprecedented in scope, this beautiful book offers an authoritative examination of the modern history of the Caribbean through its artistic culture. Featuring 500 color illustrations of artworks from the late 18th through the 21st century, the book explores modern and contemporary art, ranging from the Haitian revolution to the present. Acknowledging both the individuality of each island, the richness of the coastal regions, and the reach of the Diaspora, Caribbean looks at the vital visual and cultural links that exist among these diverse constituencies.
Latin American and Caribbean Art by
Call Number: 709.8074 L
Publication Date: 2004-03-02
MoMA at El Museo: Latin American and Caribbean Art from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art is, as the title suggests, an exhibition highlighting artworks selected from this major collection. But it is so much more: A collaborative effort between the two New York museums, this exhibition and accompanying catalogue present over 100 paintings, drawings, sculptures, prints, and illustrated books produced by artists from Latin America and the Caribbean, selected from MoMA.
Mexico : splendors of thirty centuries by
Call Number: 709.7207 M
Publication Date: 1990-11-01
To accompany an exhibition, in October 1990 in New York City, the Metropolitan Museum of Art has put together a volume that celebrates the significant achievements of Mexico's cultural heritage. More than 400 sculptures, paintings and objects illustrate this survey on the arts of Mexico.
Infinite Island by
Call Number: 709.729 I
Publication Date: 2007-08-01
Infinite Island: Contemporary Caribbean Art presents a selection of recent work in painting, installation, photography, prints, drawings, video, and sculpture by forty-five emerging and established Caribbean artists who live and work in the region as well as abroad. The title Infinite Island, alluding to Columbus' voyages and the beginnings of colonialism, evokes the contradictions, complexities, and multiple perspectives that characterize the contemporary Caribbean and its presentation in art.