A Woman's Gaze: Latin American Women Artists
Based in the peasantry for the most part, Latin American women's art is profoundly tied to a complex fabric of cultural heritage. This glorious celebration of the unsung and virtually unseen women artists of Latin America presents a dazzling group of women who challenge common assumptions about the nature of artists and their art. Those profiled include painters, sculptors, photographers, textile artists, musicians, dancers, choreographers, and filmmakers. Photos.
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Introduction Marjorie Agpsin
On the Margins of the Text
The Weavings of Olga de Amaral
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