Since the publication of Dawn Ades’s reference book on Latin American art (fueled by the debate brought to light in the English-speaking context by Latin American curators and critics in the mid-1970s), greater attention has been given to the study of the visual arts in the region and a new group of experts emerged. As the first generation to engage in the art historical acknowledgement of Latin American art as key to understanding and broadening the discourse fostered in the context of European and North American research institutions, these researchers paved the way for the rich landscape of graduate programs that, in the last twenty years, have chosen Latin American art as their major field of study, especially in the United States. This reality has birthed a younger generation of US scholars who have taken their education in Latin...

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