This is the retrospective catalogue of the Canadian modernist painter who achieved excellent depictions of landscape painting and later work on the transcendental.
These exhibition catalogues of the conceptual Brazilian artists Lygia Pape and Geraldo De Barros are part of the Forma: Brazil series.
These exhibition catalogues of the contemporary Brazilian artists with texts by John Paul Ricco and Jens Hoffmann are part of the Forma: Brazil series.
Rather than simply presenting a set of pictures, the works drawn for Pictures of You by the four Mexican artists, Inaki Bonillas, Minerva Cuevas, Mario Garcia-Torres, and Yoshua Okon, can be seen as artistic propositions that underline the significance and potential of imagination.
This is the catalogue of the 2003 stunning exhibition Puerto Rican Light, where Allora & Calzadilla used a variety of representational means to convey light from the island.
These works were drawn from the contemporary art section in Banco Mercantil's extensive art collection in Caracas. The work of Venezuelan artists in this exhibit highlight dialogues with the past and present, reflecting a break from kinetic art and the idea of modernity as a concept in crisis.
This is the catalogue of the first solo institutional exhibition of Uruguayan artist José Gurvich in New York. This important exhibition of paintings, drawings, and ceramics, produced between 1957 and 1973, examines Gurvich’s role in the School of the South as a student of Joaquin Torres-García and an exponent of constructivism nationally and internationally.
This exposition aims to illuminate the collection of Maya textile selections as unique and inimitable “pieces of art” that are distinguished by the aesthetic quality of their composition, authenticity, and structural perfection, reaching beyond their utilitarian function and the rich symbolic content each incorporates.
Moon Tears: Mapuche Art and Cosmology from the Domeyko Cassel Collection examines an indigenous group barely known outside of South America. Gathering a number of important artifacts and curated Thomas Dillehay, the exhibition catalogue showcases Mapuche silverware, drums, textiles, and masks as means to explore the Mapuche social and religious worldview.
One of the finest exponents of Latin American Kinetic and Op art, the Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez is a legend among contemporaries such as Jesus Soto and Alejandro Otero. In 2008, the Americas Society orchestrated Cruz-Diez's first solo exhibition in the United States, for which Carlos Cruz Diez: InFormed by Color is the exhibition catalogue—the first comprehensive publication in English devoted to the artist.