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Oscar Muñoz


The first retrospective of Colombian artist Oscar Muñoz in the United States.

Oscar Muñoz: Invisibilia is Colombian artist Oscar Muñoz’s first retrospective in the United States. Addressing the entire span of Muñoz’s career—from the 1970s to 2020—this exhibition catalog is the most substantive book on Oscar Muñoz’s work in English to date. Invisibilia includes artworks ranging from Muñoz’s early charcoal drawings to his later conceptual photographic, video, and installation works. The bilingual catalog includes essays in both Spanish and English from a diverse cadre of scholars who offer fresh takes on Muñoz’s best-known works and illuminate his more obscure experiments. It also features interviews with the artist as well as a recent text he has written on his practice. A comprehensive chronology charts Muñoz’s artistic evolution alongside the development of the artistic scene in Cali, Colombia, where he began his career and continues to live and work, rooting the artist’s works in their cultural and historical context.

288 pages | 206 color plates | 9 3/4 x 11 1/4

Art: American Art, European Art

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"Seen alongside his more political works, Muñoz pays tribute to photography’s most intimate, human purpose: to keep us company and to preserve our sweetest moments. All the while, life goes on just outside the frame."


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