Professor of 20th-Century Latin American Art
Professor Anna Indych-López
specializes in the modern art of Latin America, specifically Mexico. Her work focuses on exhibition culture, cross-cultural perceptions, reception analysis, and the relationship between art and politics. She received the College Art Association’s Wyeth Foundation for American Art Publication Grant for her book Muralism without Walls: Rivera, Orozco, and Siqueiros in the United States, 1927-1940
(University of Pittsburgh Press, 2009).
"Hecho para E.U.A.: de Orozco, Los horrores de la Revolución." La zarza rediviva: J.C. Orozco a contraluz. Ernesto Lumbreras, ed. Mexico: Instituto Cultural Cabañas, 2010.
"Making Nueva York Moderna: Latin American Artists, The International Avant- Gardes, and The New School." Nueva York. Edward Sullivan, ed. New York: New York Historical Society, 2010.
Muralism without Walls: Rivera, Orozco, and Siqueiros in the United States, 1927-1940. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2009.
“’An Abstract Courbet’: The Cubist Spaces of Diego Rivera’s Murals.” Diego Rivera in Paris: The Cubist Portraits. Exh. Cat. Dallas: The Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University, 2009.
“Mural Gambits: Mexican Muralism in the United States and the ‘Portable’ Fresco.” Art Bulletin LXXXIX, no. 2 (June 2007): 286-304.
“‘None of Those Little Donkeys for Me’: Tamayo, Cultural Prestige, and Perceptions of Modern Mexican Art in the United States.” Tamayo: A Modern Icon Reinterpreted. Mexico: Turner Libros and Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 2007, 343-365.
“Between Worlds: Anita Brenner, Transcultural Identity, and Mexican Art in New York.” Anita Brenner: Visión de una época. Mexico: Editorial RM, 2007, 41-51.