Images of Ambiente: Homotextuality and Latin American Art, 1810-today
The gay cultures of Latin America expressed themselves in a variety of ways artistically, from the early 19th century to the present. "Images of Ambiente" traces the development of such art and reflects the backlash against gay American influences.
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