The first comprehensive English-language survey of contemporary art in Colombia, showcasing major works, artists, galleries, institutions and collectors.
Colombia’s contemporary art scene – one of the most vibrant in Latin America – remains relatively undocumented outside that country. With ninety-five profiles of key artists and players, two critical essays and a timely interview with the modern master Fernando Botero, Contemporary Art Colombia captures the dynamism of the Colombian art world as never before.
It brings strong artists and their work to the fore, and considers the work in a global context. Its broad and deep collection of so much information on a particular country’s artistic production make it a valuable book - Art Libraries Society of North America
Published: 2016 Format: Hardback, 29 x 25 cm Pages: 304pp Illustrations: With more than 690 photographs Editor: Hossein Amirsadeghi Executive editor: Catherine Petitgas Essays: Christine Barthe and Jaime Cerón