This catalogue of the exhibition of colonial Andean religious painting includes essays by Luis Enrique Tord, Teresa Gisbert, Barbara Duncan, Julia P. Herzberg, and Pedro Querejazu.
This critical assessment and detailed catalogue looks at the work of the influential Canadian architect, Arthur Erickson, with essays by Barbara E. Shapiro and Rhodri W. Liscombe.
This exhibition catalogue of watercolors and drawings by the seminal Brazilian modernist includes essays by Aracy Amaral and Dalila Luciano.
This is the exhibition catalogue of the Uruguayan modernist painter's work, published by the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.
This exhibition catalogue explores the vibrant folk art tradition of carved wood and ceramic ex-votos in rural Brazil. Ex-votos are representations of miraculous cures, or the ailments that have been cured, offered in shrines and churches to give thanks for divine intervention in personal difficulties. The catalogue includes essays by Fatima Bercht and Lelia Coelho Frota.
Bilingual exhibition catalogue of the contemporary Argentine-born abstract painter contains essays by Lucy Lippard and Ricardo Martin-Crosa.
This exhibition catalogue examines the work of Colombian abstract sculptor Carlos Mérida.
This exhibition catalogue takes a look at three Latin American painters living in New York: Alicia Creus, Raquel Rabinovich, and Francisco Sutil. The catalogue includes texts by Fatima Bercht.
This exhibition catalogue features nine artists who worked in Mexico during the 1980s: Alejandro Colungo, Julio Galán, Rocío, Maldonado, Arturo Marty, Rodolfo Morales, Dulce Mario Núñez, Georgina Quintana, Ismael Vargas, and Nahum B. Zenil. The catalogue also includes essays by Edward J. Sullivan.
This bilingual exhibition catalogue covers five contemporary Chilean artists who utilize photography as an essential component of their art. Artists include Gonzalo Díaz, Virginia Errázuriz, Gonzalo Mezzo, Alicia Villareal, and Enrique Zamudio.