This exhibition catalogue covers the work of three artists in New York, whose paintings, sculptures, and drawings engage the modernist tradition and the legacy of abstraction while addressing concerns of the human body. Anderson and Mazal hail from Mexico, while Matalon is a Cuban American. The catalogue includes texts by Joseph R. Wolin.
This bilingual (English/Spanish) brochure documents the exhibition of the Venezuelan artist and architect Domingo Álvarez.
This bilingual exhibition catalogue features the vernacular architecture of Cuban painter Emilio Sanchez.
This is the bilingual exhibition catalogue of paintings by fourteen Panamanian artists with essays by Monica E. Kupfer, Edward J. Sullivan, and Celestino Andrés Aratiz. Kupfer provides an overview of twentieth century art history in Panama.
This exhibition presented a mid-career survey of a dozen years of his work, which ranges from early photographs of enigmatic landscapes and ruins, to larger prints of more dramatic tableaux featuring nude figures with masks and other props, to recent monumental installations that combine photography with video and performance elements.
This exhibition catalogue features prints by twenty Brazilian artists.
This exhibition catalogue features early folk art-influenced work from the Caribbean and includes essays by Selden Rodman and DeWitt C. Peters.
This catalogue includes the work of artists such as Rodolfo Abularach, Waltercio Caldas, Saint Clair Cemin, Antonio Dias, Adam Fuss, Félix González-Torres, Guillermo Kuitca, Agnes Martin, and Andy Warhol.
This bilingual (English/French) catalogue of the Canadian contemporary artist, which accompanied her solo exhibition, includes essays by Scott Watson.
This exhibition catalogue features nineteenth and early twentieth century artists from North and South America. This landmark volume features catalogue entries on each work illustrated.