Art in Latin American Architecture

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Contents
11Author's Note
13Preface by Oscar Niemeyer
14Foreword A few thoughts on the integration of the arts
19Part 1
20A Bird's Eye View of Latin America
23Sources of Latin American Culture
27The Pre-Columbian Heritage
35Colonial Art and Architecture
42Modern Architecture
52Contemporary Art in Latin America Mexico, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Venezuela, Cuba, Colombia, Peru, Haiti, Other Countries
68Art in Modern Architecture Mexico and the Mexican Muralists Brazil. Portinari, Burle Marx and the Brazilian Gardens, Azulejos Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Cuba, Puerto Rico
107Part 2
108Administration and Office Buildings
155Theaters, Restaurants, Clubs, Commercial Buildings
129Schools
168Hospitals and Religious Buildings
183Hotels, Apartment Buildings and Private Houses
197Monuments and Memorials
208Landscape Architecture
222Experimental Architecture
230Bibliography
231Index
Frontispiece: Aluminum, screen by Victor Vasarely, University of Caracas, Venezuela

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