Diagramming Modernity: Books and Graphic Design in Latin America, 1920-1940 (Hardcover)

Diagramming Modernity: Books and Graphic Design in Latin America, 1920-1940 By Rodrigo Gutierrez (Editor), Riccardo Boglione (Editor), Juan Manuel Bonet (Text by (Art/Photo Books)) Cover Image

Diagramming Modernity: Books and Graphic Design in Latin America, 1920-1940 (Hardcover)

By Rodrigo Gutierrez (Editor), Riccardo Boglione (Editor), Juan Manuel Bonet (Text by (Art/Photo Books))

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A colossal trove of the countless design gems and innovations of modern publishing in Latin America

This massive publication offers the first comprehensive panorama of the Latin American illustrated book between the 1920s and 1940s, a period characterized by the rapid modernization of the region. The books reproduced here encapsulate this transformative era, expressing and embodying emergent national and continental narratives in Latin American countries.
Diagramming Modernity reproduces more than 1,000 illustrated first editions, analyzing the cornucopia of cultural narratives they contain. In addition to showcasing relatively unknown work by many consecrated artists, the publication also boasts an extensive repertoire of avant-garde artists largely forgotten until today. Chapters are devoted to countries and to specific themes such as Word-Image, Verbal Visualities, Pre-Columbianisms and Ancestralisms, and Social and Political Graphics. Writers and thinkers Rodrigo Guti rrez Vi uales, Riccardo Boglione, Juan Manuel Bonet, Mariana Garone Gravier and Dafne Cruz Porchini conscientiously investigate these themes and more.

Product Details ISBN: 9788417975791
ISBN-10: 8417975799
Publisher: Rm
Publication Date: October 3rd, 2023
Pages: 876
Language: English