Ignacio Iturria, Museo Rufino Tamayo, 1998, Bilingual Spanish-English Text, Fine

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Ignacio Iturria; Museo Rufino Tamayo del 3 de septiembre al 1 de noviembre de 1998, Ciudad de Mexico
Museo Rufino Tamayo et al. et al.
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Notes: Fine, 4to, 12" x 9 1/2." Bilingual text in Spanish and English. Brown pictorial paper wrappers with white lettering on front and spine. Covers have light rubbing and minuscule wear to tips, else pristine and intact, binding tight. Pages pristine and intact. Replete with color illustrations. 89 pp., including illustrations and Bibliography. Published on the occasion of an exhibition at Museo Rufino Tamayo in Mexico City. The show featured the paintings of Ignacio Iturria (b. 1949), an Uruguayan painter, engraver, and teacher. Iturria's paintings depict the complex emotional aspects of everyday life, domestic spaces, and families over generations. Many of his paintings use monochromatic color palettes of brown, black, and white which are rendered, through expressive paintwork (Iturria does not use a traditional brushes but pallet knives and the like), into surreal architectural landscapes that are literal and figurative emotional spaces of their inhabitants. Three paper ephemera from the show laid in. Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.