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María Fernanda Cardoso • Cemetery-Vertical Garden / Cementerio-jardín vertical, 1992-99  • artificial flowers and pencil on wall  • Collection Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego • Museum purchase with funds from Charles C. and Sue K. Edwards  •  • Photo courtesy of Miami Art Museum • 
María Fernanda Cardoso
Cemetery-Vertical Garden / Cementerio-jardín vertical, 1992-99
artificial flowers and pencil on wall
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego
Museum purchase with funds from Charles C. and Sue K. Edwards

Photo courtesy of Miami Art Museum
Ultrabaroque: Aspects of Post- Latin American Art
MIAMI  •  Miami Art Museum  •  Ongoing
UltraBaroque focuses on a critical re-reading of the Baroque in Latin America and its use by contemporary artists as an important cultural metaphor. It addresses the problematic history of the baroque, in particular its relationship to the experience and legacy of colonization, and examines the impact of the current globalization of economies, communications and culture on the making of art in this hemisphere. Some seventy-five works by fifteen artists from South America, Mexico, the Caribbean and the United States are on view. The artists included in the exhibition are Miguel Calderon (Mexico), Rochelle Costi (Brazil), Arturo Duclos (Chile), Jose Antonio Hernandez-Diez (Venezuela), Franco Mondini-Ruiz (United States), Ruben Ortiz Torres (Mexico), Nuno Ramos (Brazil) among others. The show features painting, sculpture, photography, video, installation, and multimedia works and was first on view in the autumn of 2001 at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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