Art and Revolution in Latin America, 1910-1990

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Yale University Press, 2002 M01 1 - 228 páginas
In this book, David Craven investigates the extraordinary impact of three Latin American revolutions on the visual arts and on cultural policy. The three great upheavals - in Mexico (1910-40), in Cuba (1959-89), and in Nicaragua (1979-90) - were defining moments in twentieth-century life in the Americas. Craven discusses the structural logic of each movement's artistic project - by whom, how, and for whom artworks were produced - and assesses their legacies. In each case, he demonstrates how the consequences of the revolution reverberated in the arts and cultures far beyond national borders.

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David Craven is professor of art history at the University of New Mexico, where he is a member of the Interdisciplinary Board at the Latin American and Iberian Institute.

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