Art in Cuba / Gilbert Brownstone ; photography by Camilo Guevara ; translated from the French by David Radzinowicz, translated from the Spanish by Sarah Louise Bellis (Graziella Pogolotti's essay).
Brownstone, Gilbert author.
|Other author/creator||Guevara, Camilo, photographer.|
|Other author/creator||Radzinowicz, David, translator.|
|Other author/creator||Bellis, Sarah Louise, translator.|
|Format||Book and Print|
|Edition||English language edition.|
|Publication Info||Paris : Flammarion, |
|Description||221 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm|
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|Uniform title||Art à Cuba. English|
|Contents||Sowing the seeds of utopia on a golf course / Graziella Pogolotti -- An interview with Camilo Guevara -- An introduction to Cuban culture -- Contemporary Cuban artists.|
|Abstract||"Retracing the vibrant history of Cuban art from 1900 onwards, this book provides an overview of Cuban cultural and artistic development across a number of mediums, including painting, drawing, sculpture, installations, and the visual arts. Together, long-time friends and authors Gilbert Brownstone and Camilo Guevara visited and interviewed Cuba's thirty-five most important and internationally acclaimed visual artists, who talk openly about their education, influences, and the role of art in Cuba. Art has always been at the heart of the Cuban cultural identity, and the island is home to major artists across the spectrum of artistic disciplines. Yet while culture thrived both in the provinces and in Havana throughout the twentieth century, it was with the advent of the revolution and rise of Fidel Castro that free education and widespread access to the arts became top priorities, giving the underprivileged access to the artistic realm that had once been a domain of the elite"--Amazon.|
|Language||Translated from the French and Spanish.|
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|Joyner||General Stacks||N6603.6 .B7613 2019||Item has been checked out - Due: 12/08/2020||Want This?|