DATE 7/22/2024

Explore the influence of Islamic art and design on Cartier luxury objects

DATE 7/18/2024

Join us at the San Francisco Art Book Fair, 2024!

DATE 7/18/2024

History and healing in Calida Rawles' 'Away with the Tides'

DATE 7/16/2024

Join us at the Atlanta Gift & Home Summer Market 2024

DATE 7/15/2024

In 'Gordon Parks: Born Black,' a personal report on a decade of Black revolt

DATE 7/14/2024

Familiar Trees presents a marathon reading of Bernadette Mayer's 'Memory'

DATE 7/11/2024

Early 20th-century Japanese graphic design shines in 'Songs for Modern Japan'

DATE 7/8/2024

For 1970s beach vibe, you can’t do better than Joel Sternfeld’s ‘Nags Head’

DATE 7/5/2024

Celebrate summer with Tony Caramanico’s Montauk Surf Journals

DATE 7/4/2024

For love, and for country

DATE 7/1/2024

Summertime Staff Picks, 2024!

DATE 7/1/2024

Enter the dream space of Francesca Woodman and Julia Margaret Cameron

DATE 6/30/2024

Celebrate the extraordinary freedom of Cookie Mueller in this Pride Month Pick


Spreads from

Viva Mexico!

Featured spreads are from Mexico: The Land of Charm, RM's exhilarating new clothbound compendium of modern Mexican ephemera produced from the early 1900s through the 1960s—a staff favorite Holiday Gift Book, 2021! “After four years of Donald Trump’s vicious anti-Mexican jingoism,” essayist and international design authority Steven Heller writes, “it is a welcome relief to refocus my attention on the Mexico known for its prolific and abundant modern art heritage on a par with early-twentieth century Europe and mid-Century United States; the Mexico that also inspired an impressive legacy of political and social (and socialist) design commentary and the progressive periodicals (revistas) that published them; the Mexico that produced a wealth of printed material that can stand beside any of the innovative graphic design and typography from the past. From the treasure trove of the Mexican avant-garde—exhaustively chronicled in the 2010 book and exhibition México Ilustrado: Libros, Revistas y Carteles 1920–1950—to a wellspring of quotidian magazines, newspapers and travel and tourist books, many designed with swagger and flair, Mexico is only now receiving its overdue share of notice in art and design histories. And with this book, much of the nation’s otherwise ephemeral graphic, photographic, and typographic ‘applied art’ is finally receiving the attention it deserves—because this book proves that Mexico is an important link in the history of Western graphic design style and form.”

Mexico: The Land of Charm

Mexico: The Land of Charm

Clth, 6.75 x 9.5 in. / 224 pgs / 350 color.

$35.00  free shipping

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