Veinte y dos esculturas religiosas coloniales de madera del Museo del Banco Central del Ecuador, y el Museo de Arte Colonial - Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana en Quito, Ecuador.
Twenty-two colonial religious wooden sculptures from the Museum of the Central Bank of Ecuador, and the Museum of Colonial Art - House of Ecuadorian Culture in Quito, Ecuador
Marta Traba, one of Latin America's most controversial art critics, examines the works of over 1,000 artists from the first 80 years of the 20th century. This book is an indispensable reference…
Twenty-four artworks by major Latin American artists, from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the Art Museum of the Americas, the Samuel M. Greenbaum…
24 obras provenientes de las colecciones del Museo Hirshhorn y el Jardín de Esculturas, Museo Nacional de las Mujeres en las Artes, Museo de Arte de las Américas, Colección Samuel M. Greenbaum, y la…
Twenty paintings by major Latin American artists, presented on occasion of the IDB's publication of the book Art of Latin America l900-1980, written by the late Argentine-Colombian art historian…
Twenty-two graphics exhibited at the Rehoboth Art League, Delaware. First traveling exhibition of the IDB Collection.
Forty-eight artistic objects from Paraguay, including paintings by Enrique Collar and Sebastián Díaz, ceramics from the village of Tobatí, and wooden sculptures by members of the Guaraní communities…
Thirty graphic works by Latin American and Caribbean artists.
Colombia: Land of El Dorado: Prehispanic Colombian Treasures from the Collection of the Museo del Oro of the Banco de la República, Santa Fe de Bogotá, Colombia
One hundred-fifty gold pieces from the collection of the Gold Museum of the Bank of the Republic in Bogota, Colombia, representing seven native pre-Columbian cultures of the region.
The Medellín Art-EL: Five Painters from Medellín, Colombia: Rodrigo Isaza, Germán Londoño, Jorge Botero Luján, Carlos Guerra, Luis Alfonso Ramírez
Representing the decade from 1980-1990 in Colombia, included seventeen works by Rodrigo Isaza, Germán Londoño, Jorge Botero Luján, Carlos Guerra and Luis Alfonso Ramírez.
One hundred graphic works by Pablo Picasso, from the collection of the Official Institute of Credit of Spain.
Nineteen artworks from the Central Bank of Costa Rica, the National Museum of Costa Rica, the Costa Rican Museum of Art, and several other state and private collections.