The Stridentist Movement in Mexico : The Avant-Garde and Cultural Change in the 1920s
Stridentism (estridentismo) was a literary, artistic, and cultural movement founded in Mexico in the 1920s by poets Manuel Maples Arce, GermOn List Arzubide, and Salbador Gallardo, prose writer Arqueles Vela, painters Fermin Revueltas, Ram-n Alva de la Canal, Leopoldo MZndez, and Jean Charlot, and sculptor GermOn Cueto. This book is a wide-ranging study of Stridentism that emphasizes the multifaceted nature of its contributions and addresses key debates in this period of Mexican cultural history.
- Hardback | 275 pages
- 01 Jan 2009
- Lexington Books
- Lanham, MD, United States