Known for his innovative adaptations of traditional Haitian iconography, Edouard Duval-Carrié art addresses contemporary social and political conditions. For the corresponding exhibition Edouard Duval-Carrié: Imagined Landscapes the artist’s work translates historical images into his own contemporary aesthetic language, in order to address the manner in which the tropics of the Caribbean and Florida continue to be sold as tropical paradises, in ways that often obscure economic and social disparities that continue to be perpetuated in these contexts.
In 1981, Colombian artist Beatriz González (b. 1938, Bucaramanga, Colombia) realized her own version of Picasso’s Guernica—a 12-meter tile mural named Mural Para Fábrica Socialista. Over the course of its year...
Catalog for show held at PAMM in the winter of 2018. Hardcover 120 pages
Packed with extra details, this hardcover version of our "on the Horizon" catalog offers a lot of insight into the works of art as well as the exhibit itself. Co-Published...
A volume of Latin american art from the Jorge M. Perez Collection. With contributions by Elizabeth Cerejido and Tobias Ostrander. Plates:100 Pages:144 PAMM Published