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The mobility of Modernism: art and criticism in 1920s Latin America / Harper Montgomery

By: Montgomery, Harper.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long series in Latin America and Latino art and culture.Publisher: Austin: University of Texas Press, 2017Description: 319 p.ISBN: 9781477312537.Subject(s): Arte | Artes Plásticas | Obras de Arte | América Latina
Contents:
Introduction -- One: Circulation: Latin american Art in Amauta -- Two: Relocation: Carlos Mérida Moves to Mexico City -- Three: Homecoming: Emilio Pettorutti and Xul Xolar Return to Buenos Aires -- Four: Dissemination: Woodcuts reproduce Artistic Labor -- Five: Reproduction: Norah Borges Draws Modern Femininity -- Six: Pedagogy: Mexican Children's Art Becomes Revolutionary -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
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Introduction -- One: Circulation: Latin american Art in Amauta -- Two: Relocation: Carlos Mérida Moves to Mexico City -- Three: Homecoming: Emilio Pettorutti and Xul Xolar Return to Buenos Aires -- Four: Dissemination: Woodcuts reproduce Artistic Labor -- Five: Reproduction: Norah Borges Draws Modern Femininity -- Six: Pedagogy: Mexican Children's Art Becomes Revolutionary -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index

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