Contemporary Latin American Artists: Exhibitions at the Organization of American States 1941-1964, Volume 1

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Scarecrow Press, 1997 - Art - 506 pages
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Sanjuro's long-awaited companion volume to Contemporary Latin American Artists contains information on those internationally known artists who exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art of Latin America in the Organization of American States headquarters in Washington, D.C. from 1941-1964. Together, the two volumes of the set record approximately 750 exhibitions including more than 2,000 artists, and cover exhibitions at the OAS from 1941-1985. Arranged in chronological order, the second volume includes works exhibited and curricula vitae where available. A list of works exhibited has been added when it was missing from the original catalogue, others have been corrected in accordance with the list used during the exhibition. To facilitate the use of this volume, an index of artists provides the names of exhibitors in alphabetical order, followed by dates of birth and death, media used, and dates of exhibition. Also included are an index of exhibitions by country, index by country, and appendix.

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Very well organized and indexed, this highly specialized reference source provides chronological documentation for more than 320 exhibitions (including 950 artists) by the Organization of American ... Read full review

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Years 19411945
1
Year 1946
10
Year 1947
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About the author (1997)

Annick Sanjurjo served as archivist at the Museum of Modern Art of Latin America, OAS from 1978-1989, and has worked at the Museum of Modern Art's International Council, Latin American Archives.

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