Abraham Ángel : Between Wonder and Seduction

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'[Ángel's] 20 extant works reproduce beautifully in a slim but convincing catalog that doesn’t overstate the case' - New York Times

A survey of the paintings of the Mexican Artist, Abraham Ángel 

One of the leading artists of his generation in Mexico, Abraham Ángel (1905-1924) produced just twenty-four paintings before his sudden death at the age of 19. Praised by Mexico's greatest cultural luminaries for his work's vivacity, individuality, and uninhibited emotion, Ángel's paintings are immersed in the rich bohemian world of Mexico City in the 1920s and explore themes of national identity, urban life, and modernity.

While much of the scholarship surrounding the artist has focused on the circumstances of his untimely death, essays by Mark A. Castro and Mireida Velazquez shift the spotlight to Ángel's innovative and enduring work and how it reflects the broader political, social, and cultural currents that were transforming Mexico in the wake of the country's violent revolution.

This beautifully illustrated volume reassesses the artist's legacy and draws readers into the world of one of the most unique painters in the history of Mexican art.  Distributed for the Dallas Museum of Art

Exhibition Schedule: Dallas Museum of Art (September 10, 2023-January 28, 2024) Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City (March 14-July 14, 2024).

A New York Times Best Art Book of 2023

Details
  • Author: Mark A Castro
  • Hardcover: 112 pages | 50 colour and 20 black and white illustrations
  • Date published: August 2023
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780300273250
  • Product Dimensions: 28.9 x 23.8 cm

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