South of the Border.
Mexico in the American Imagination, 1914-1947.

Text by James Oles. Essay by Karen Cordero Reiman.
Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, English and Spa, 1993. In United States. 352 pp., 110 black-and-white and 75 color illustrations, 11x8½".

"Richly illustrated with works of both high culture and commercial kitsch--many of them never before reproduced--South of the Border revisits an era when Mexico captured North American imagination. Between the final years of the Mexican Revolution and the immediate aftermath of World War II, dozens of U.S. painters and photographers flocked to Mexico, among them Edward Weston, Paul Strand, Marsden Hartley, Helen Levitt, Josef Albers, and Robert Motherwell. South of the Border reconsiders the work of these and other American artists, along with representative works of their Mexican contemporaries and examples of the vast quantities of commercial art."--the publisher.

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