Elizabeth Catlett: An American Artist in Mexico
By Melanie Anne Herzog
This richly illustrated and informative monograph is the first to document the full range of Catlett's life and work. In addition to thoroughly researching primary source materials and to critiquing individual art works with sensitivity and erudition, the author has conducted numerous interviews with Catlett and has analyzed with clarity the political context of her work and her diverse sympathies and allegiances. Herzog examines key artistic influences and shows how Catlett transformed an extraordinary stylistic vocabulary into a socially charged statement.
Published by University of Washington Press
0.73" x 9.92" x 8.52" / 2.37 lbs