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Jacqueline Barnitz: 40 Years of Publications
Jacqueline Barnitz is responsible for establishing modern Latin American art as an area of concentration within art history at the University of Texas at Austin, where she has taught now for 25 years. She's a major reason why UT Austin is known as the best place in the nation for studying modern Latin American art. A notable record of publication accompanies her career as a distinguished educator. In fact, her interest in Latin American art goes back to her tenure as an art critic in New York for the periodicals Art Voices (1964-1965) and Arts Magazine (1964-1975). Additionally, she's been the curator of numerous art exhibitions and, subsequently, the author of many exhibition catalogs. In 2000 UT Press published her much-anticipated and seminal book Twentieth-Century Art of Latin America, which quickly became the textbook on the subject. We present this display of selected publications as a tribute to her outstanding contributions to the university and to the field of art history.

Gina Tarver
PhD Candidate
Department of Art & Art History
The University of Texas at Austin

Books and articles featured in the exhibit:

many of these may be found in the Fine Arts Library

“South America’s Contemporary Museums,” p.77–82. /
By Jacqueline Barnitz. / In Arts Yearbook [New York] no. 9 (1967).
Fine Arts Library N 9 A79 V.1 through V.9

“The Persistence of Humanism in Latin American Art,” p.102–17. /
By Jacqueline Barnitz. / In Mundus Artium [Dallas] (winter 1969).
Fine Arts Library PN 1 M864 V.3-4 1969/71

“The Emergent Decade Revisited : Latin American Art at the C.I.R.” p.47–49. /
By Jacqueline Barnitz. / In Arts Magazine (summer 1969).
Fine Arts Library N 1 A415 V.43 1968/69

“A Fresh Look at Mexico,” p.50–51. / By Jacqueline Barnitz. /
In Arts Magazine (Dec. 1969/Jan. 1970)
Fine Arts Library N 1 A415 V.44 1969/70

“Botero: Sensuality, Volume, Colour,” p.51–53. /
By Jacqueline Barnitz. / In Art and Artists[London].
Fine Arts Library N 1 A353 V.5 1970/71 NO.7-12

Young Mexicans: Corzas, Gironella, Lopez-Loza, Rojo (and) Toledo. /
Text by Jacqueline Barnitz. /
Published in connection with the exhibition held October 22, 1970 through January 3, 1971 at the Art Gallery of the Center for Inter-American Relations, New York. / New York : Art Gallery, Center for Inter-American Relations, 1970.
ND 255 B36 Fine Arts Library

Arnold Belkin : muertes historicas : abril, mayo, Museo de Arte Moderno, Bosque de Chapultepec, Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Mexico, D. F. 1975. / (Mexico City, Mexico) : Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, (1975)
ND 259 B45 A4 1975 Fine Arts Library

Pedro Friedeberg. / Text by Ida Rodriguez Prampolini /
Series Coleccion de arte, vol. 23. / Mexico, Universidad Nacional
Autonoma de Mexico, Direccion General de Publicaciones, 1973.
N 6559 F763 R63 Fine Arts Library

Plates taken from:
Rafael Coronel : (exposition) Galeria de Arte Mexicano del 12 de febrero al 2 de marzo. / Mexico City : Comite Organizador de los Juegos de la XIX Olimpiada, 1968.
ND 259 C6 A4 1968 Fine Arts Library

Jesus Rafael Soto / Text by Francoise Bonnefoy, Sarah Clement, Isabelle Sauvage, & Arnauld Pierre. / Paris : Galerie nationale du jeu de paume : Diffusion, Le Seuil, c1997.
N 6739 S65 A4 1997 Fine Arts Library

Alejandro Obregon : el mago del Caribe. /
Text by Carmen Maria Jaramillo. / Bogota, Colombia :
Asociacion de Amigos del Museo Nacional de Colombia, 2001.
ND 379 O27 J37 2001 Fine Arts Library

Mexican art masterpieces. / Text by Marcus B. Burke. /
(New York?) : Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, c1998.
N 6550 B87 1998 Fine Arts Library

Fernando de Szyszlo. / Text by Dore Ashton. / Barcelona : Poligrafa, c2003.
ND 419 S97 A87 2003 Fine Arts Library

Wifredo Lam / Text by Max-Pol Fouchet. / New York : Rizzoli, 1976.
ND 305 L3 F6813 Fine Arts Library

Botero / General editor, Jose Maria Faerna; translated from the Spanish by Alberto Curotto. / New York : Cameo/Abrams, 1997.
ND 379 B6 A4 1997 Fine Arts Library

El Taller Torres-Garcia : the School of the South and its legacy.
/ Edited by Mari Carmen Ramirez. / Austin, TX : Published for the Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery, College of Fine Arts, the University of Texas at Austin by the University of Texas Press, 1992.
N 6502.5 T35 1992 Fine Arts Library

Noe : el color y las artes plasticas : Luis Felipe Noe. /
(Buenos Aires?) : S.A. Alba, 1988. ND 369 N367 N64 1988 Fine Arts Library

Blanton Museum of Art : Latin American collection. /
Edited by Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro. / Austin, TX : The Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas at Austin, 2006.
From the collection of Gina McDaniel Tarver.

Encounters/displacements : Luis Camnitzer, Alfredo Jaar, Cildo Meireles. /
By Mari Carmen Ramírez & Beverly Adams, with essays by Jacqueline Barnitz & Paulo Herkenhoff. / Austin, TX : Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery, College of Fine Arts, the University of Texas at Austin, 1992.
From the collection of Gina McDaniel Tarver.

Latin American artists of the twentieth century. /
Edited by Waldo Rasmussen, with Fatima Bercht, & Elizabeth Ferrer. / New York : The Museum of Modern Art, 1993.
From the collection of Gina McDaniel Tarver.

Twentieth-century art of Latin America. /
By Jacqueline Barnitz. / Austin, TX : University of Texas Press, 2001.
Both copies from the collection of Gina McDaniel Tarver.

Painting at the edge of the world. /
Edited by Douglas Fogle. / Minneapolis : Walker Art Center, 2001. ND 195 P245 2001 Fine Arts Library

Latin American artists in the U.S. 1950-1970 : Catalog (of exhibition at) Godwin-Ternbach Museum at Queens College, …April 19-May 19, 1983. /
By Jacqueline Barnitz. / Flushing, NY : Queens College Office of Publications, Printing, and Office Services, 1983.
ND 202 G6 1983 Fine Arts Library

Argentina, 1920-1994 : art from Argentina. /
Edited by David Elliott. / Oxford : Museum of Modern Art, 1994.
N 6635 A74 1994 Fine Arts Library

Latin American artists in New York since 1970 (Catalog of an exhibition held at the Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery). /
By Jacqueline Barnitz, with essays by Janis Bergman-Caron and Florencia Bazzano Nelson. / Austin : A.M. Huntington Art Gallery, College of Fine Arts, University of Texas at Austin, 1987.
N 6538 L3 B37 1987 Fine Arts Library COPY 2

“Helio Oiticia’s Propositions,” p. 46–48. /
By Jacqueline Barnitz. / In Arts Magazine (September/October 1972).
Fine Arts Library N 1 A415 V.47 1972/73

Taken from: “Soto: From Serial to Vibration,” p. 25. /
By Jacqueline Barnitz. / In Arts Magazine (Nov. 1974).
Fine Arts Library N 1 A415 V.49 1974/75

Rufino Tamayo / Text by Octavio Paz & Jacques Lassaigne; translated by Kenneth Lyons. / New York : Rizzoli, 1982.
ND 259 T3 A413 1982 Fine Arts Library COPY 2