Contemporary Latin American Artists: Exhibitions at the Organization of American States 1965-1985, Volume 2

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Scarecrow Press, 1993 - Art - 720 pages
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Rivera, Botero, Lam, Mata, Tamayo, Torres-Garcia, and other internationally known artists have exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art of Latin America in the Organization of American States headquarters in Washington, D.C., and for many their renown also began here. This is the first publication in the English language to include biographical information on more than 1,000 Latin American artists who have exhibited their works at the OAS. Many of the catalogs of the more than 380 exhibitions compiled here provide critical insight about these artists' oeuvre. The many years of research dedicated to this unique project have resulted in an encyclopedic work on the contemporary art of a continent almost overlooked until the recent past. Indexes.

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Sources in English on contemporary artists from the Caribbean and South America are increasing in number, but none compares in magnitude to this first of a projected two-volume set. Annick Sanjurjo ... Read full review

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Year 1965
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Year 1966
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Year 1967
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Annick Sanjurjo (MA, Romance languages and literature, Asuncion, Paraguay) edited the current volume and wrote the bibliographical information not included in the original catalogues. Before coming to Washington, DC to work as an archivist at the Museum of Modern Art of Latin America, OAS, she worked at the Museum of Modern Art's International Council, Latin American Archive in New York. Earlier she assisted Barbara Duncan with the preparation of the traveling exhibition Recent Latin American Drawings (1969-1976)/ Lines of Vision sponsored by the International Exhibitions Foundation, Washington, DC. She has also been Contributing Editor , Books and Contributing Editor, Art for Americas magazine, is the author of several publications and award-winning media productions on Latin American art and culture, and is working on the script of a documentary about the late master, Rufino Tamayo.

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