Tucson: Tucson Mueum of Art, 1977. 67p. 9x9 inch staplebound exhibition catalog profusely illus. with captioned b&w reproductions of works by participating artists, a few in color (seven such, counting the cover illustration), one of 1,500 copies, glossy color wraps slightly worn and a trifle soiled on the blank back cover, staples are beginning to rust. "This exhibit is unique in that it is the first national exhibit to bring together the works of leading contemporary artists, known and unknown, of the major Spanish-speaking communities of the United States: Chicano, Hispano, Latino, Mexican American, and Puertoriqueño." - p. 4. Participants include Rudy Treviño, Jose Lerma, Rupert Garcia, Carmen Lomas Garza, Jose Montoya, find many others. (Inventory #: 94442)
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