A shadow born of earth: new photography in Mexico

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American Federation of Arts in association with Universe Pub., 1993 - Photography - 143 pages
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A look at the work of sixteen postwar Mexican photographers--including Tina Modetti, Flor Gardegno, and Eugenia Vargas--shows how the photographers explore traditional themes in Mexican culture with innovative styles.

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Elizabeth Ferrer is a New York-based independent curator and writer who specializes in modern and contemporary Mexican art and photography. Exhibitions she has curated have traveled widely to museums throughout the United States, and her essays have appeared in exhibition catalogues, books, and art journals published in the United States, Latin America, Spain, and Great Britain. Ms. Ferrer is former director of the Austin Museum of Art in Austin, Texas, and gallery director and curator at the Americas Society in New York.

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