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Latin American women artists : 1915-1995

Author: Eric MarcianoLaurie WoodsZarytah KaufmanTom JudsonBeo MoralesAll authors
Publisher: New York, NY : American Montage, Inc. : [Distributed by] Films for the Humanities & Sciences, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Surveying some of the most under-appreciated art of the 20th century, this program documents a groundbreaking exhibit of work by Latin American women at the Milwaukee Art Museum. The video opens up the world of these bold and sensitive visionaries, illuminating their accomplishments, their impact on artists outside their own countries, and the relationship between cultural and artistic identity. Features the work  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Documentary films
Educational films
Short films
History
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Eric Marciano; Laurie Woods; Zarytah Kaufman; Tom Judson; Beo Morales; Geraldine P Biller; Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons; Elena Climent; Elba Damast; Paulo Figueiredo; Mary-Anne Martin; Soledad Salamé; Fanny Sanín; Edward J Sullivan; Philip Morris Incorporated,; Milwaukee Art Museum.; American Montage, Inc.,; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm),
OCLC Number: 62888472
Language Note: English and Spanish with English subtitles.
Notes: "This video has been made possible by a generous grant from Philip Morris Companies Inc. produced in conjunction with the Milwaukee Art Museum on the occasion of the exhibition Latin American women artists, 1915-1995. The exhibition and its national tour are sponsored by Philip Morris Companies, Inc. with additional support from the National Endowment for the Arts."--End credits.
"Latin American Women Artists 1915-1995: Rosa Acle (Uruguay, b. Brazil 1916-1990) -- Olga de Amaral (Colombia, b. 1932) -- Tarsilla do Amaral (Brazil, 1886-1973) -- María Magdalena Campos-Ponos (Cuba, b. 1959) -- Leonora Carrington (Mexico, b. England, 1917) -- Leda Catunda (Brazil, b. 1961) -- Lygia Clark (Brazil, 1920-1988) -- Elena Climent (Mexico, b. 1955) -- Olga Costa (Mexico, b. Germany 1913-1993) -- Elba Damast (Venezuela, b. 1944) -- Raquel Forner (Argentina, 1902-1988) -- Gego (Gertrudis Goldshmidt) (Venezuela, b. Germany 1912-1994) -- Betriz González (Columbia, b. 1938) -- Sarah Grilo (Argentina, b. 1921) -- Ana Mercedes Hoyos (Colombia, b. 1942) -- María Izquierdo (Mexico, 1906-1955) -- Frida Kahlo (Mexico, 1907-1954) -- Jac Leirner (Brazil, b. 1961) -- Rocío Maldonado (Mexico, b. 1951) -- Anita Malfatti (Brazil, 1896-1964) -- Ana Mendieta (Cuba, 1948-1985) -- Marina Nuñez del Prado (Bolivia, b. 1910) -- Mari Mater O'Neill (Puerto Rico, b. 1960) -- Tomie Ohtake (Brazil, b. Japan, 1913) -- María Luisa Pacheco (Bolivia, 1919-1982) -- Catalina Parra (Chile, b. 1940) -- Amelia Pelaez (Cuba, 1896-1968) -- Alicia Penalba (Argentina, 1913-1982) -- Liliana Porter (Argentina, b. 1941) -- Soledad Salamé (Chile, b. 1954) -- Fanny Sanín (Colombia, b. 1938) -- Mira Schendel (Brazil, b. Switzerland, 1919-1988) -- Tilsa Tsuchiya (Peru, 1932-1984) -- Cordelia Urueta (Mexico, b. 1908) -- Remedios Varo (Mexico, b. Spain, 1908-1963)"--End credits.
Credits: Director of photography, Frank Linkoff ; original music, Tom Judson, Beo Morales, Bruno Patero.
Performer(s): Narrator: Zarytah Kaufman.
Interviewees: Geraldine P. Biller, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Elena Climent, Elba Damast, Paulo Figueriedo, Mary-Anne Martin, Soledad Salamé, Fanny Sanín, Edward J. Sullivan.
Description: 1 videodisc (27 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Latin American Artists and Cultures (3:18) --
Latin American Artists: Brazil (2:02) --
Latin American Artists: Mexico, Part 1 (2:13) --
Latin American Artists: Mexico, Part 2 (2:10) --
Latin American Artists: Colombia (2:36) --
Latin American Artists: Venezuela (2:05) --
Latin American Artists: Argentina (2:21) --
Latin American Artists: Bolivia, Peru, and Chile (3:31) --
Latin American Artists: Puerto Rico and Cuba, Part 1 (1:58) --
Latin American Artists: Puerto Rico and Cuba, Part 2 (1:31)
Other Titles: Latin American women artists, 1915-1995
Responsibility: Philip Morris Companies Inc. ; director/producer, Eric Marciano ; writers, Eric Marciano, Laurie Woods.

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"Surveying some of the most under-appreciated art of the 20th century, this program documents a groundbreaking exhibit of work by Latin American women at the Milwaukee Art Museum. The video opens up the world of these bold and sensitive visionaries, illuminating their accomplishments, their impact on artists outside their own countries, and the relationship between cultural and artistic identity. Features the work of legendary artists such as Brazil's Tarsila do Amaral and Mexico's Frida Kahlo and María Izquierdo and many others. Includes recent interviews with living artists such as Colombian painter Fanny Sanín, Chilean multi-media artist Soledad Salamé, Venezuelan sculptor Elba Damast and Cuban multi-media artist María Campos Pons, the program reevaluates notions of mainstream and margin in the contemporary art world."--Container.

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