Twentieth-Century Art of Latin America
“The Twentieth-Century Art of Latin America is art in the western tradition, and its leading figures- Wifredo Lam, Roberto Matta, Diego Rivera, Joaquín Torres-García, to name only a few – have achieved international status. Yet much of the writing about this art has offered either a victimized view of an art tradition dominated by foreign models or a romanticized view of what Latin American art should be. This pathfinding book, by contrast, seeks not to “invent” Latin American art but to look at it from the points of view of its artists and critics.” – Blurb
Jacqueline Barnitz, Twentieth-Century Art of Latin America, The University of Texas Press, Hong Kong, 2001
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