CENTROAMERICA Y EL CARIBE: UNA HISTORIA EN BLANCO Y NEGRO; XXIV Bienal Sao Paulo 1998.

San José, C.R. Museo de Arte y Diseño Contemporáneo, 1998. b/w and color plates, bio/chrons., fldg. pict. wrps. Item #49956

An unusual segment for the Sao Paulo bienale, which was also exhibited at the sponsoring museum in Costa Rica: instead of a single country being represented, thirteen artists were selected representing their twelve countries in Central America and the Caribbean. Regina Aguilar (Honduras), Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla (Puerto Rico), Moisés Barrios (Guatemala), Mario Benjamin (Haiti), Ernest Breleur (Martinique), Albert Chong (Jamaica), Sandra Eleta (Panama), Carlos Garaicoa (Cuba), Abigail Hadeed (Trinidad and Tobago), Martín López (Dominican Republic), Priscilla Monge (Costa Rica), Luis Paredes (El Salvador), and Raol Quintanilla contributed painting, assemblage, installations, sculpture, and photography. TEXT IN SPANISH AND ENGLISH; individual texts and bio./chrons. in Spanish, English, OR French. IMPORTANT REFERENCE FOR EMERGING ART AND ARTISTS IN CENTRAL AMERICAN AND THE CARIBBEAN.

Price: $35.00

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