Latin American artists of the twentieth century

Front Cover
Waldo Rasmussen, Fatima Bercht, Elizabeth Ferrer
Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, 1993 - Art - 424 pages
0 Reviews
This profusely illustrated volume (357 plates; 194 in color) was published as part of a Museum of Modern Art (New York) exhibit. It comprises 13 essays by art historians, who illuminate various styles of twentieth-century Latin American art and the work of selected artists.

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

Latin American artists of the twentieth century

User Review  - Not Available - Book Verdict

This is the catalog for one of the most important exhibitions of Latin American art ever conceived. Rasmussen is the director of MoMA's International Program, which has played a significant role in ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword Richard E Oldenburg 11 Introduction to an Exhibition Waldo Rasmussen
11
Notes on the Birth of Modernity in Latin American Art Edward J Sullivan
18
Armando Reveron Rina Carvajal
40
Copyright

22 other sections not shown

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

References to this book

All Book Search results »

About the author (1993)

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.

Bibliographic information