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Tamayo : a modern icon reinterpreted

Author: Diana C Du PontMary K CoffeyRufino TamayoMuseo Rufino Tamayo.Santa Barbara Museum of Art.; et al; All authors
Publisher: Santa Barbara, Calif. : Santa Barbara Museum of Art, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Local government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Tamayo: A Modern icon Reinterpreted accompanies a major internationally-touring exhibition of paintings by Maxican modernist Rufino Tamayo. It not only documents the works included in this landmark presentation but also features many others, as well as a comprehensive selection of his murals, in order to provide readers a richer context for understanding the achievements of this world-renowned artist." "Featuring  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Tamayo.
Santa Barbara, Calif. : Santa Barbara Museum of Art, c2007
(OCoLC)608275115
Online version:
Tamayo.
Santa Barbara, Calif. : Santa Barbara Museum of Art, c2007
(OCoLC)631211470
Named Person: Rufino Tamayo; Rufino Tamayo; Rufino Tamayo; Rufino Tamayo; Rufino Tamayo; Rufino Tamayo
Material Type: Biography, Government publication, Local government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Diana C Du Pont; Mary K Coffey; Rufino Tamayo; Museo Rufino Tamayo.; Santa Barbara Museum of Art.; Miami Art Museum.; et al
ISBN: 9788475067469 8475067468 9788475067728 8475067727 847506745X 9788475067452
OCLC Number: 70114650
Notes: Published in conjunction with an exhibition held at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Feb. 17-May 27, 2007; the Miami Art Museum, June 22-Sept. 16, 2007; and the Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City, Oct. 26, 2007-Jan. 21, 2008.
Description: 461 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 31 cm.
Contents: Tamayo : between spaces, within controversies / Diana C. du Pont --
"Realistic, never descriptive" : Tamayo and the art of abstract figuration / Diana C. du Pont --
Appropriation, invention, and irony : Tamayo's early period, 1920-1937 / Karen Cordero Reiman --
Tamayo's women : figures of an alternative modernism / Adriana Zavala --
"I'm not the fourth great one" : Tamayo and Mexican muralism / Mary K. Coffey --
The howl and the flame : Tamayo's wartime allegories / James Oles --
"None of those little donkeys for me" : Tamayo, cultural prestige, and perceptions of modern Mexican art in the United States / Anna Indych-López --
Reaching out to the audience : Tamayo and the debate on modernism / Olivier Debroise --
The Museo Tamayo : a short history on the occasion of its twenty-fifth anniversary / Juan Carlos Pereda --
Chronology / Ingrid Suckaer --
Bibliography / George F. Flaherty.
Responsibility: edited by Diana C. du Pont ; curated by Diana C. du Pont ; with Juan Carlos Pereda ; with written contributions by Mary K. Coffey ... [et al.].

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"Tamayo: A Modern icon Reinterpreted accompanies a major internationally-touring exhibition of paintings by Maxican modernist Rufino Tamayo. It not only documents the works included in this landmark presentation but also features many others, as well as a comprehensive selection of his murals, in order to provide readers a richer context for understanding the achievements of this world-renowned artist." "Featuring 140 full-color plates, over 200 text illustrations, and essays by leading authorities on modern Mexican art, this ̃art book is essential for anyone interested in twentieth-century figure painting and Maxican modernism."--BOOK JACKET.

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