Nov 1994
Author(s): Calvo, Guillermo A.; Leiderman, Leonardo; Reinhart, Carmen M.
This paper discusses the changing pattern of capital flows to developing countries. The analysis is heavily colored by recent events. It concentrates on the principal facts, developments, and…
Oct 1994
Author(s): Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
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
Oct 1994
Author(s): Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID)
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.
Oct 1994
Author(s): Gallegos de Donoso, Magdalena
Magdalena Gallegos de Donoso, Ecuadorian anthropologist and art historian, author of over fifty exhibition catalogues, Director of the Central Bank of Ecuador Museums.
Oct 1994
Author(s): Gallegos de Donoso, Magdalena
Magdalena Gallegos de Donoso, antropóloga ecuatoriana e historiadora de arte, autora de más de cincuenta catálogos de arte, Directora de los Museos del Banco Central de Ecuador.
Sep 1994
Author(s): Edgell, Zee
Zee Edgell (1940-), Belizean journalist, activist and author of four novels including Beka Lamb, Associate Professor of English at Kent State University in Ohio.
Sep 1994
Author(s): Edgell, Zee
Zee Edgell (1940-), novelista y activista beliceña, autora de cuatro novelas, incluida Beka Lamb, Profesora Asociada de Inglés en la Universidad Kent State en Ohio.
Aug 1994
Author(s): Villella, Edward
Edward Villella (1936-), North American Principal Dancer in George Balanchine's New York City Ballet (1960), later founder and Artistic Director of the Miami City Ballet. No. 7, August 1994.
Aug 1994
Author(s): Villella, Edward
Edward Villella (1936-), bailarín estadounidense del New York City Ballet bajo George Balanchine (1960), posteriormente fundador y director artístico del Miami City Ballet.
Aug 1994
Author(s): Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
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…
Aug 1994
Author(s): Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID)
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…
Jun 1994
Author(s): Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
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…
Jun 1994
Author(s): Inter-American Development Bank (IDB); Rehoboth Art League
Twenty-two graphics exhibited at the Rehoboth Art League, Delaware. First traveling exhibition of the IDB Collection.
Apr 1994
Author(s): Sastre, Alfonso
Jorge Marcone (1959-), Peruvian Associate Professor of Spanish Literature and Latin American Studies at Rutgers University (NJ). Current research and teaching focuses on the environmental imagination…
Apr 1994
Author(s): Sastre, Alfonso
Alfonso Sastre (1926-), dramaturgo existencialista, ensayista y crítico español, miembro del movimiento literario Arte Nuevo, crítico abierto de la censura de la época de Franco.
Mar 1994
Author(s): Sanjurjo Casciero, Annick
Annick Sanjurjo Casciero (1934-), Paraguayan art historian, writer and editor of OAS magazine and art exhibition catalogues, specialist in 20th century Latin American art.
Mar 1994
Author(s): Sanjurjo Casciero, Annick
Annick Sanjurjo Casciero (1934-), historiadora paraguaya, escritora y editora de la revista de la OEA y de catálogos de arte, especialista en arte latinoamericano del siglo XX
Mar 1994
Author(s): Ferrer de Arréllaga, Renée
Renée Ferrer de Arréllaga (1944-), Paraguayan poet and novelist, Spain's Pola de Lena Prize (1986), included in anthologies of Paraguayan poetry and narrative.
Mar 1994
Author(s): Ferrer de Arréllaga, Renée
Renée Ferrer de Arréllaga (1944-), escritora y poeta paraguaya, recibió el Premio Pola de Lena (1986) de España, incluido en la poesía y narrativa de las antologías paraguayas.
Mar 1994
Author(s): Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
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…