Teresa Serrano: Flores Concretas; Mayo-Junio, 1993, Galeria de Arte Mexicano, Fine

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Myers, Terry R., et al. Mexico City: Galeria de Arte Mexicano, 1993.
Spanish (with a bilingual essay in Spanish and English), Fine, SC, 4to or 8vo, 10 1/4" x 8 1/4," unpaginated, 16 pp., including illustrations.

Blue-teal paper wrappers with staple binding. Dark purple lettering on front. No lettering to spine. Covers have minuscule wear to edges and tips, else pristine and intact, binding tight. Pages pristine and intact. Principally color illustrations with brief captions. Exhibition catalog published on the occasion of a show that was held from May-June 1993 at Galeria de Arte Mexico in Mexico City. The featured artist was Teresa Serrano (b. 1936), a Mexican artist and filmmaker. While she is perhaps best-known for her paintings and sculptures, she has worked with a variety of media in her career. Serrano made paintings, collages, and other mixed-media works for this show, _Flores Concretas_, which visually and thematically focuses on the flower as a motif and its various meanings. Included is a brief introductory essay in Spanish and English by Terry R. Myers. The remaining pages show Serrano's works in this show and her exhibition history. Acquired from the private library of photorealist, Robert Bechtle and art historian, Whitney Chadwick.