Published by Turner. Text by Ilona Katsew, Phillip Ball, Juan Ledezma.
In The Genealogy of Color, Venezuelan artist Emilia Azcárate (born 1964) uses the formal language of abstraction, repetition and seriality typical of her work to reconsider the meanings of historical casta paintings—an 18th-century genre depicting racial mixing in colonial Latin America.
Published by Turner. Edited by Cecilia Fajardo-Hill. Text by Chus Martínez, Pablo León de la Barra, Cecilia Fajardo-Hill.
This publication introduces the recent work of Venezuelan artist Emilia Azcárate (born 1964)--a series of postcards with drawings made on a typewriter. Some are individual works, others fit together to form a whole; all contain references to Azcárate’s Buddhist philosophy.