This is the exhibition checklist of the Mexican modernist Rufino Tamayo.
This exhibition catalogue features the work of Canadian painter Ron Martin and sculptor Henry Saxe and includes essays by Pierre Théberge and bilingual (English, French) statements by Martin and Saxe. It was published by The National Gallery of Canada.
This exhibtion catalogue examines the work of the renowned Cuban surrealist form the 1930s to the 1980s and includes essays by Charles Merewether, Catherine David, and Lowery Stokes Sims.
This bilingual catalogue examines the exhibition of seventeen young artists from across the American hemisphere. The catalogue includes essays by Thomas McEvilley, John You, Alisa Tager, and Sandra Antelo-Suárez.
This exhibition catalogue follows the work of Hugo Consuegra, Sita Gómez de Kanelba, Juan González, Carmen Herrera, Oscar Magnan, and Daniel Serra-Badué.
This is the catalogue of the traveling exhibition of recent abstract expressionist works by one of Brazil's foremost living artists. It contains trilingual essays (English, Portuguese, Spanish) by Marcus de Lontra Costa.
This was the first major survey exhibition since the early 1970s to examine the impact and influence of Impressionism on Canadian artists at the turn of the century. The catalogue contains essays by Carol Lowrey, Laurier Lacroix, and Robert Stacey.
This exhibition catalogue examines the work of realist painter Santiago Cardenas and abstract sculptor Carlos Rojas, both from Colombia.
This bilingual catalogue of the retrospective exhibition of the seminal Mexican painter includes essays by Elizabeth Ferrer, Olivier Debroise, and Elena Poniatowska.
This exhibition catalogue features the works of the five Mexican painters Francisco Corzas, Alberto Gironella, Luis López-Loza, Vicente Rojo, and Francisco Toledo.