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by Valerie Fraser,Oriana Baddeley


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Valerie Fraser is a Reader in the Department of Art History and Theory at the University of Essex. Her books include Building the New World, The Architecture of Conquest, and, with Oriana Baddeley, Drawing the Line.

Valerie Fraser is a Reader in the Department of Art History and Theory at the University of Essex. Series: Critical Studies in Latin American and Iberian Culture.

Drawing the Line book. It looks at the way cultural identity has been constructed by artists from the 1940s to the present day and challenges the way art criticism has hitherto dealt with Latin American art. Established stereotypes of Latin American culture are discussed in terms of their relevance to contemporary artists.

Cultural Studies in Latin American Culture. Valerie Fraser is a Reader in the Department of Art History and Theory at the University of Essex. Her books include Building the New World, The Architecture of Conquest,and, with Oriana Baddeley, Drawing the Line

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Published in 1989 as part of the Critical Studies in Latin American Culture series, Oriana Baddeley and Valerie Fraser's Drawing the Line: Art and Cultural .

Published in 1989 as part of the Critical Studies in Latin American Culture series, Oriana Baddeley and Valerie Fraser's Drawing the Line: Art and Cultural Identity in Contemporary Latin America surveys in chapters organized by historical themes. The excerpt below, written primarily by Baddeley, examines the dynamic between Latin American art and European surrealism, which often fetishized the continent, but whose precepts were adapted to different ends by a variety of Latin American artists.

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Latin American art is the combined artistic expression of South America, Central America, the Caribbean, and . a b Baddeley, Oriana & Fraser, Valerie. Drawing the Line: Art and Cultural Identity in Contemporary Latin America.

Latin American art is the combined artistic expression of South America, Central America, the Caribbean, and Mexico, as well as Latin Americans living in other regions. The art has roots in the many different indigenous cultures that inhabited the Americas before European colonization in the 16th century.

Recent international interest in the painters of the Mexican mural movement, such as Rivera and Orozco, has brought Latin American art to a wider audience than ever before but has often failed to confront its continuing marginalization within art criticism.Drawing the Line is an exploration of the areas occupied by Latin American art and culture between the ongoing traditions of its indigenous inhabitants, its colonial heritage and its contemporary relationship to the cultural politics of North America and Europe. It looks at the way cultural identity has been constructed by artists from the 1940s to the present day and challenges the way art criticism has hitherto dealt with Latin American art.Established stereotypes of Latin American culture are discussed in terms of their relevance to contemporary artists. The book looks at the frequent subversion of dominant images and conventions of European art—such as the political significance of landscape painted as an attempt to define a specifically Latin American reality, or the constant reworking of familiar icons of European art—and explores the importance of Latin America to the European surrealist movement. The authors examine the significance of popular art—such as the Chilean arpilleras which commemorate the “disappeared” of Pinochet’s regime—and relate it to the traditional “high art/low art” dichotomy.Including new perspectives on race and gender, Drawing the Line is the most comprehensive account of contemporary Latin American art ever to appear in English.
Drawing the Line: Art and Cultural Identity in Contemporary Latin America (Critical Studies in Latin American and Iberian Culture) download epub
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Author: Valerie Fraser,Oriana Baddeley
ISBN: 0860919536
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Drawing
Language: English
Publisher: Verso; First Edition edition (July 17, 1989)
Pages: 190 pages