- 124 pages
- Libertad de Expresión
- Claire F. Fox
- 22 August 2017 Claire F. Fox
During The Cold War, The Organization Of American States, Formerly The Pan American Union, Actively Promoted Artists From Latin America And The Caribbean That Demonstrated Affiliation With Influential Modernist Styles Such As Constructivism, Surrealism, Art Informel, And Abstract Expressionism Cuban Jos G Mez Sicre, The Visual Arts Specialist Of The OAS, Exhibited Artists Sympathetic To International Trends In Contemporary Art, With The Intention Of Demonstrating The Cosmopolitanism Of Latin Artists And Emphasizing Freedom Of Expression In The American Republics Libertad De Expresi N Examines How The Both The OAS And Its Cultural Institution, The Art Museum Of The Americas, Advanced Latin American Art And Democratic Values During The Cold War Ironically, G Mez Sicre S Support For Freedom Of Expression Rarely Included Artists Of A Socialist Or Communist Bent, And His Support For International Modernism Also Allied Him With U.S Cold Warriors, Who Used Freedom Of Expression As A Tool In The Cultural And Intellectual Struggle Against The Soviets Freedom Of Expression Was Given A Latin Cast Through G Mez Sicre S Exhibition And Collection Policies Published In Conjunction With The Eponymous Exhibition, The Publication Features The Work Of Than 60 Artists, Including Joaqu N Torres Garc A, Roberto Matta, And Jes S Rafael Soto Contributions By Cierra Frances, Francesca Giani, And Mark Andrew White, With A Spanish Translation By Carlos G Torres Rodr Guez
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