This innovative exhibition explores the descriptive tradition of "costumbrismo" as it developed in South America in the first half of the nineteenth century. The catalogue focuses on the cultural responses opened up by trade and commerce in the nineteenth century, and also traces the broad circulation of costume books, prints, and watercolors within South America, Asia, and Europe.
This exhibition catalogue by Annie O'Neill and Charlene Cerny presented a selection from Nelson Rockefeller's vast folk art collection, amassed in Mexico from 1933 to 1978, and now in the collections of the San Antonio Museum of Art and the Mexican Museum, San Francisco.
Bilingual retrospective catalogue of the self-taught modernist's influential and expressionist paintings of Uruguayan landscapes and folkloric customs. Paintings by Pedro Figari and texts by Marianne Manley.
This bilingual exhibition catalogue of the Chilean surrealist master's prints contains texts by John Stringer.
This is the exhibition catalogue of the three contemporary Argentine painters, Rafael Bueno, Guillermo Kuitca, and Alfredo Prior who work in a style influenced by international expressionist currents, yet strongly tied to their native country.
This catalogue by Norman Fiering and Susan L Newbury focuses on the earliest books published in the British colonies that became the United States, with a checklist of the colonial Latin American books included in the exhibition The Book in the Americas.
This bilingual exhibition catalogue examines the work of Marcelo Bonevardi, the Argentine artist who created magical, abstract paintings and mixed-medium reliefs. The catalogue includes texts by Dore Ashton.
This exhibition catalogue examines 100 spectacular pieces from one of the largest collections of art from the Northwest Coast of the United States and Canada. Objects include masks, textiles, rattles, staffs, charms, and vessels.
This bilingual exhibition catalogue by Lawrence Alloway examines the work of twelve realist and photorealist painters: Carlos Arnaiz, Ever Astudillo, Claudio Bravo, Santiago Cárdenas, Bill Caro, Gregorio Cuartas, Julio Larraz, Darío Morales, Oscar Muñioz, Saturnino Ramirez, Emilio Sánchez, Antonio Seguí. Co-published by the Museo de Monterrey, Mexico.
This exhibition catalogue by Gilberto Ferrez and Weston J. Naef is the first comprehensive survey of early Brazilian photography.