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 long production, González documented her daily toil, unfolding research, creative process, and occasional musings. Diary of Guernica / Diary of a Senseless Work presents her original handwritten diary, with Spanish transcription and English translation, mapping the twists and turns of this kaleidoscopic mind. It was printed in a limited run of 500 copies, and published by Zulu Press with support from La Oficina del Doctor c. 2018
128 pp / 230 × 300 mm
The Other Side of Now: Foresight in Contemporary Caribbean Art brings together 14 artists who engage with potential futures through personal experiences, collective memories, and historical legacies. The ambitious project...
Pérez Art Museum Miami is pleased to co-organize this extraordinary exhibition of the work of Beatriz González (b. 1938, Bucaramnaga, Colombia) with the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. This ambitious...
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...