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Visual Culture in Spain and Mexico

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Visual Culture in Spain and Mexico analyzes films, paintings and museum exhibitions to show how aspects of Hispanic visual culture "manage’" or "mediate" risk, as articulated stylistically and ideologically in the visual artifact. The book is divided into six chapters plus an introduction. The first three chapters deal with Mexico or more accurately aspects of life in Mexi ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published October 15th 2011 by Manchester University Press (first published August 21st 2007)
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Lina Suarez
The imagery described had me looking up Daniela Rossell - I'm a fan now.
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