The first comprehensive English-language survey of contemporary art in Colombia, showcasing major works, artists, galleries, institutions and collectors.
Colombia’s contemporary art scene – one of the most vibrant in Latin America – remains relatively undocumented outside that country. With ninety-five profiles of key artists and players, two critical essays and a timely interview with the modern master Fernando Botero, Contemporary Art Colombia captures the dynamism of the Colombian art world as never before.
Published by TransGlobe Publishing and Thames&Hudson
First published in 2016
English and Spanish editions
290 x 250 mm
Over 690 photographs
Editor: Hossein Amirsadeghi
Executive editor: Catherine Petitgas
Essays: Christine Barthe and Jaime Cerón