Celia Alvarez Munoz

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-10-22
  • Publisher: Univ of Minnesota Pr
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A conceptual and multimedia artist known for her writing, photography, painting, installation, and public art, Celia Alvarez Muntilde;oz has been invited to exhibit and to create site-specific works for more than fifty major U.S. museums and was included in the 1991 Whitney Biennial. In her work Muntilde;oz draws on family and communal memories to explore her own experiences growing up Catholic and Mexican American on the TexasMexico border, as well as larger issues concerning the spaces between languages and cultures and the histories that connect place to community. With more than one hundred color photographs, this book in the landmark A Ver series surveys Muntilde;ozrs"s career from her earliest bookmaking project, the Enlightenment series, and such installation pieces as Stories Your Mother Never Told Youto her more recent works of public art and digital photography. Throughout his in-depth essay, Roberto Tejada illuminates Muntilde;ozrs"s feminist perspective, political engagement, and provocative use of ideas and artifacts from two cultures. Roberto Tejada is assistant professor of visual arts at the University of California, San Diego.

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Roberto Tejada is assistant professor of visual arts at the University of California, San Diego.

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