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Mestizo Modernism: Race, Nation, and Identity in Latin American Culture, 1900-1940 - Hedrick, Tace
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"Tace Hedrick's subtle command of the theoretical and critical material in modernity, her shrewd, original readings of texts and art, make this book a delight to read."-Lizabeth Paravisini-Gebert, professor of Hispanic studies and director of the Latin American studies program, Vassar College We use the term "modernism" almost exclusively to characterize the work of European and American writers and artists who struggled to portray a new kind of fractured urban life typified by mechanization and speed. Between the 1880s and 1930s, Latin American artists were similarly engaged-but with a difference. While other modernists drew from "primitive" cultures for an alternative sense of creativity, Latin American modernists were taking a cue from local sources-primarily indigenous and black populations in their own countries. In Mestizo Modernism Tace Hedrick focuses on four key artists who represent Latin American modernism-Peruvian poet C sar Vallejo, Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral, Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, and Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Hedrick interrogates what being "modern" and "American" meant for them and illuminates the cultural contexts within which they worked, as well as the formal methods they shared, including the connection they drew between ancient cultures and modern technologies. This look at Latin American artists will force the reconceptualization of what modernism has meant in academic study and what it might mean for future research. Tace Hedrick is an assistant professor of English and women's studies at the University of Florida, Gainesville. Mestizo Modernism: Race, Nation, and Identity in Latin American Culture, 1900-1940 Hedrick, Tace, Rutgers University Press

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Tace Hedrick's subtle command of the theoretical and critical material in modernity, her shrewd, original readings of texts and art, make this book a delight to read."-Lizabeth Paravisini-Gebert, professor of Hispanic studies and director of the Latin American studies program, Vassar College We use the term "modernism" almost exclusively to characterize the work of European and American writers and artists who struggled to portray a new kind of fractured urban life typified by mechanization and speed. Between the 1880s and 1930s, Latin American artists were similarly engaged-but with a difference. While other modernists drew from "primitive" cultures for an alternative sense of creativity, Latin American modernists were taking a cue from local sources-primarily indigenous and black populations in their own countries. In Mestizo Modernism Tace Hedrick focuses on four key artists who represent Latin American modernism-Peruvian poet C?sar Vallejo, Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral, Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, and Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Hedrick interrogates what being "modern" and "American" meant for them and illuminates the cultural contexts within which they worked, as well as the formal methods they shared, including the connection they drew between ancient cultures and modern technologies. This look at Latin American artists will force the reconceptualization of what modernism has meant in academic study and what it might mean for future research. Tace Hedrick is a americas,anthropology,artists architects and photographers,arts and literature,arts and photography,biographies and memoirs,central america,cultural,history,history and criticism Biographies & Memoirs, Rutgers University Press

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Tace Hedrick's subtle command of the theoretical and critical material in modernity, her shrewd, original readings of texts and art, make this book a delight to read."-Lizabeth Paravisini-Gebert, professor of Hispanic studies and director of the Latin American studies program, Vassar College We use the term "modernism" almost exclusively to characterize the work of European and American writers and artists who struggled to portray a new kind of fractured urban life typified by mechanization and speed. Between the 1880s and 1930s, Latin American artists were similarly engaged-but with a difference. While other modernists drew from "primitive" cultures for an alternative sense of creativity, Latin American modernists were taking a cue from local sources-primarily indigenous and black populations in their own countries. In Mestizo Modernism Tace Hedrick focuses on four key artists who represent Latin American modernism-Peruvian poet César Vallejo, Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral, Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, and Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Hedrick interrogates what being "modern" and "American" meant for them and illuminates the cultural contexts within which they worked, as well as the formal methods they shared, including the connection they drew between ancient cultures and modern technologies. This look at Latin American artists will force the reconceptualization of what modernism has meant in academic study and what it might mean for future research. Tace Hedrick is a americas,anthropology,art,artists architects and photographers,arts and literature,arts music and photography,biographies,central america,cultural,history Arts, Music & Photography, Rutgers University Press

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Mestizo Modernism: Race, Nation, and Identity in Latin American Culture, 1900-1940

Focusing on four key artists who represent Latin-American modernism: Cesar Vallejo; Gabriela Mistral; Diego Rivera; and Frida Kahlo, Tace Hendrick examines what being "modern" and "American" meant for them and illuminates the cultural contexts within which they worked.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780813532172
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0813532175
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2003
Herausgeber: RUTGERS UNIV PR
272 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,454 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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