By Steven Otfinoski
Latinos within the Arts lines the accomplishments of 178 appearing and visible artists. no matter if somebody was once born within the usa or emigrated from such international locations as Mexico, Cuba, Spain, or quite a few different valuable and South American international locations, every one Latino profiled has made major contributions to artwork within the usa. issues, equivalent to spiritual imagery and the fight for social justice, usually look and reappear in those artists' inventive works. A bibliography directs the reader to assets for additional information regarding Latino american citizens and the humanities. One topic index divides entries through uniqueness, similar to cartoonist and printmaker. extra indexes additionally arrange topics by way of the last decade in their beginning and by way of their ethnicity or kingdom of starting place. Many black-and-white images of the artists, frequently in the course of their craft, improve the textual content all through this insightful quantity.
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233–235. Further Viewing Pinero (2001). Buena Vista Home Video, VHS/DVD, 2002/2005. Brito, María (1947– ) installation and mixed-media artist, painter, sculptor A Cuban-American artist whose installations create imaginative spaces of the body and soul, María Brito draws on her childhood and her present life as a woman in her expressive and richly symbolic art. She was born in Havana, Cuba, on October 10, 1947, and came to the United States in the wake of the Fidel Castro revolution in 1961. Unlike many other Cuban artists, she arrived in Florida alone without her family and was placed in a Miami refugee camp.
Further Viewing Desperado (1995). Columbia/Tristar Home Video, VHS/DVD, 2000/2003. The Mark of Zorro (1998). Columbia/Tristar Home Video, VHS/DVD, 2002/2003. Spy Kids (2001). Dimension/Walt Disney Home Video, VHS/DVD, 2004. Barela, Patrociño (ca. 1900–1964) santero, folk carver A folk artist of great power and originality, Patrociño Barela was perhaps the first MexicanAmerican artist in any media to gain a national reputation. He was born into a poor Mexican family sometime around 1900 (the exact date and place of his birth are unknown).
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