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From exhibition catalogs to monographs, our publications have remained rigorously consistent with our mission of supporting scholarly research and a deeper understanding of art from Latin America.

The urgent need to compile primary-sourced information from the region has shaped several editorial initiatives dedicated to preserving firsthand accounts from leading artists and intellectuals, including the bilingual Conversaciones/Conversations series that launched in 2010.

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2000 Aug

Toward 20th-Century Venezuelan Art

In this text, Luis Pérez-Oramas explores some of the processes through which Venezuelan visual arts have approached modernity.

2000 Jul

Ceci n'est pas un satellite

This notebook accompanied a selection of contemporary artworks from the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros that were exhibited in the DirecTV Offices in Caracas, Venezuela.

2000 Mar

La tentación de la pureza

In this essay, Ariel Jiménez reflects about the aspiration for purity that has characterized some of the most important works of Latin American and Venezuelan art of the twentieth century.

1999 Nov

La Hacienda Carabobo

This book recounts the history of land tenancy of the Hacienda Carabobo, a coffee plantation located in Turgua, outside of Caracas.

1999 Mar

Orinoco-Parima

This ethnographic compendium documents the twelve indigenous communities of the Venezuelan Orinoco River basin whose hand-crafted implements make up the Colección Orinoco. These are: De’áruwa (Piaroa), Ye’kuana, Yanomami, Híwi (Guahibo), E’ñepa (Panare), Wakuénai (Curripaco), Baniva, Baré, Puinave, Warekena, Tsase (Píapoco) and Hoti.

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