El Taller de Gráfica Popular and the Chronicles of Mexican History and Nationalism

@article{Avila2014ElTD,
  title={El Taller de Gr{\'a}fica Popular and the Chronicles of Mexican History and Nationalism},
  author={Theresa Avila},
  journal={Third Text},
  year={2014},
  volume={28},
  pages={311 - 321}
}
Abstract This article addresses the constructions of Mexican graphic art history. In particular, a select group of recent exhibitions and their accompanying catalogues will be examined in relation to the narrative development of Mexican graphic art. How El Taller de Gráfica Popular (The Workshop for Popular Graphic Art) or TGP, a graphic art collective founded in Mexico City in 1937, is situated with Mexican art history is a primary concern of this article; it also addresses the significance of… 
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