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Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts #26 Mexico (April 2010)

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Editor: Jon Mogul
Guest Editor: Lynda Klich
The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts, founded in 1986 and now published by The Wolfsonian-Florida International University, explores themes relating to The Wolfsonian collection and to the visual language of objects. It conveys to readers the power of design and shows how design shapes and reflects human values and experience.

Table of Contents, Issue 26/Mexico Theme Issue
Liquid Walls: Stained Glass in Mexican Art,1990-1935
By Carla Zurian de la Fuente
The Best Maugard Drawing Method: A Common Ground for Modren Mxicanist Aesthetics
By Karen Cordero Reima
Caricture and Revolution in Mexico
By Rafael Barajas ("El Fisgón")
Estridentópolis: Achieving a Post-Revolutionary Utopia in Jalapa
By Lynda Klich
Industrial Landscapes in Modern Mexican Art
By James Oles
Icons Behind Altars: Maria Izquierdo's Devotional Imagrey and the Modern Mexican Catholic Woman
By Celeste Donovan
Inward Outward: Barragán in Transition
By Alejandro Hernández Gálvez
Van Beuren Furniture: From Bauhaus to the Homes of Modern Mexico
By Ana Elena Mallet
Mathias Goeritz: Architecture, Monocrome, and Revolution
By Luis E. Carranza
Fighting It Out: Being Naco in the Global Lucha Libre
By Esther Gabara