4 edition of Contemporary painters of Mexico = found in the catalog.
Contemporary painters of Mexico =
|Other titles||Pintores contemporáneos de México|
|Statement||[Tressa Ruslander Miller, exhibition director].|
|Contributions||Miller, Tressa Ruslander., Gallery at the Plaza., Security Pacific National Bank.|
|LC Classifications||ND255 .C66 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
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OCLC Number: Language Note: Text in English and Spanish. Notes: Catalog of an exhibition held Sept. 14, Jan. 3, at the Gallery at the Plaza, Security Pacific National Bank.
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In the tradition of Catholic votives, each painting tells a miraculous tale and gives thanks to the intervening saint. Ablaze with intense color hearkening back to the natural pigment dyes of ancient Mexico, these works portray the kaleidoscope of /5(8).
The present volume is not a record of all modern Mexican artists. Fully aware of the limitations that must inevitably accompany a book of Contemporary painters of Mexico = book kind, my only aim has been to convey a general idea cf Mexican painting of our time, and to introduce the reader to the most representative exponents of contemporary Mexican art.
Through photos and interviews, this book offers an intimate glimpse into the creative spaces and minds of fifty-two New Mexico artists. Among those represented are contemporary painters, sculptors, printmakers, ceramic and textile artists, and video and conceptual artists living in the art capitals of Taos and Santa Fe, and in many remote locales throughout New Mexico.
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