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CARTOGRAPHIES: JOSE BEDIA, GERMAN BOTERO, MARTA MARIA PEREZ BRAVO, MARIA FERNANDA CARDOSO, MARIO CRAVO NETO, JUAN DAVILA, IOLE DE FREITAS, GONZALO DIAZ, CARLOS FAJARDO, JULIO GALAN, GUILLERMO KUITCA, JOSE LEONILSON, ALFRED WENEMOSER, NAHUM ZENIL. Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1993. 192 pp. with 80 ills. (66 col.). 28 x 22 cm. LC 94-215198 ISBN 0889151709 Trilingual in English, Spanish and French (one text in English only).
Documenting an exhibition designed both to survey contemporary Latin American art and to challenge the assumptions underlying its interpretation by Eurocentric art historians, this catalogue presents more than 50 recent paintings, photographs, installations, sculptural objects and mixed-media works by 14 artists from Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Cuba, Venezuela and Colombia. Accompanied by individual profiles of the artists and a provocative "glossary" of terms related to the origins and development of Latin America's diverse cultures and art forms, two essays address current classifications of Latin American art and propose new "cartographies" for critics and curators.
Indexing: Western, Latin America — Post-1990 — Several Media
Plans: 02,03,20
Worldwide Number: 024202
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