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978-0-8108-3281-7 • Hardback • March 1997 • $185.00 • (£142.00)
Annick Sanjurjo served as archivist at the Museum of Modern Art of Latin America, OAS from 1978-1989, and has worked at the Museum of Modern Art's International Council, Latin American Archives.
Very well organized and indexed...very beneficial to researchers...an important source within the contemporary art field.
— Library Journal
This volume...calls attention to the richness of artistic production of post-WW II Latin American art...academic libraries, all levels.
— Choice Reviews
...represents a major archival effort that scholars of specific artists, countries, museums, and other institutional practices will find extremely helpful...provides an opportunity to examine the history of Latin American exhibitions in Washington, D.C., the study of which would be useful to the understanding of inter-American cultural relations.
— Art Journal
Sanjurjo offers a history of modern art in Latin America, which will be extremely useful to both museums and art galleries, as well as to academics and practitioners in the field of contemporary visual arts.
— British Bulletin of Publications on Latin America, the Caribbean, Portugal and Spain
Collections serious about twentieth-century art, Latin America, or both need to take a serious look at both volumes of OAS exhibition history. Only institutional poverty will justify passing on either one.
— Rettig On Reference