Quinquela, entre Fader y Berni; en la collección del Museo de Bellas Artes de la Boca
Buenos Aires: Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero - EDUNTREF, 2008. 1st ed. Paperback. 79p., photos, illus., facsimiles, wrps. New. Item #38533
"Quinquela, entre Fader y Berni" is an exhibition that seeks to portray Argentine painter Benito Quinquela Martín's identity, depicting both his trajectory as an artist, as well as his personal life. This work also examines Quinquela's roles as cultural and social animator, a mentor of the School of La Boca, and more. Diana Weschler's unique approach allows readers to understand this celebrated figure in all of his magnitude, showing the value and meaning of his work in Argentine history over the last century. This work is divided into three main parts: "Quinquela pintor", "Quinquela coleccionista" and "Quinquela muralista"