Ana Mendieta

This monograph on the Cuban-born artist Ana Mendieta provides the most comprehensive overview of her career available in English. From her early performances to her Land Art works, sculptures, and drawings, examples from all phases of her career–from the late 1960s to her death in 1985– are considered here in extensive color plates, several in-depth essays, and writings by the artist. “I don’t think you can separate death and life. All of my work is about those two things… it’s about Eros and life/death.” Ana Mendieta Essays by Donald Kuspit, Gloria Moure, Ana Mendieta, Raquelin Mendieta, Charles Merewether and Mary Sabbatino

Text: Kuspit Donald, Mendieta Raquelin et al. cm 22×26,5; pp. 276; 244 ill. COL e 18 BW ills.; hardcover with dust jacket. Publisher: Ediciones Poligrafa, Barcelona, 1996.

ISBN: 9788434308213| 8434308215

ID: AM-2616

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This monograph on the Cuban-born artist Ana Mendieta provides the most comprehensive overview of her career available in English. From her early performances to her Land Art works, sculptures, and drawings, examples from all phases of her career–from the late 1960s to her death in 1985– are considered here in extensive color plates, several in-depth essays, and writings by the artist. “I don’t think you can separate death and life. All of my work is about those two things… it’s about Eros and life/death.” Ana Mendieta Essays by Donald Kuspit, Gloria Moure, Ana Mendieta, Raquelin Mendieta, Charles Merewether and Mary Sabbatino

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