Baddeley, Oriana (2003) Ancient Mexican Sources of Art Deco. In: Art Deco: 1910-1939. V&A, pp. 57-65. ISBN 1851773878
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In the essay I explore the relationship of concepts of civilization and barbarism to constructions of ideas of Ancient Mexican art in the early modernist period.
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Transnational Art, Mexican Art, Cultural Identity, Latin American Art, Cultural Hybridity
Between 2001 - 2005, she has been working on a joint AHRB funded project on nation and identity, focusing on art and design of India, Mexico and Japan (University of Sussex, Chelsea College of Art & Design and Camberwell College of Arts). This lead to a major book project in collaboration with Toshio Watanabe and Partha Mitter entitled 'Nation, Identity and Modernity: Visual Culture of India, Japan and Mexico, 1860s -1940', forthcoming by Duke University Press (2007/08).
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