United States of Latin America, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, 2016, SC, VG.

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Borowy-Reeder, Elysia, et al. Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit; Kadist Art Foundation; and Sternberg Press, 2016.
English, Very Good, SC, 8vo, 8" x 6", 146 pp.
ISBN: 9783956792243

Blue and green pictorial softcover with white cloth spine, featuring black and green flags to back, black lettering to front, no lettering to spine, minor creasing and wear to spine, some wear to edges and tips, light soiling, otherwise, clean, tightly bound, and unmarked throughout. Very Good glossy pictorial dust jacket, featuring Luis Romero's 2010/2016 artwork for project "El Dorado" to front, back, and inside, folds open to a 24" x 18" brightly colored poster of the flags. Minimal wear to edges and tips, light shelf wear, otherwise, clean and intact. [9] 146 pp. Replete with full-color images printed on white, with other segments on blue, yellow, green, and red paper. Includes a list of Participating Artists, Preface by Elysia Borowy-Reeder, Foreword by Vincent Worms, Works in the Exhibition, Jens Hoffmann and Pablo Leon de la Barra in Conversation, An Incomplete Glossary of Latin America, The Exhibition (plates), essay by Jens Hoffmann, Conversation with Stefan Benchoam, Fernanda Brenner, Eduardo Carrera, Camila Marambio, and Marina Reyes Franco, and a List of Contributors. Published in conjunction with the group exhibition of the same name at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit in collaboration with the Kadist Art Foundation in 2016. From the Foreword: "[This is] an exhibition that brings together thirty-four artists, two curators, two institutions, and discursive contributions from many other artists and curators working in Latin America and elsewhere, to form a multidimensional dialog about the current state of contemporary art in the region."