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Art Of The Americas. - Buy The Collection Book

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Art of the Americas: Selections from the OAS Permanent Collection is the most comprehensive review to date of the crown jewels of the Organization of American States (OAS) Art Museum of de the Americas (AMA) permanent art collection. For the first time, 100 Latino, Latin American, and Caribbean artworks are being presented as a whole package of images, writings on the works, artist biographies, and scholarly essays tying together the collection with fresh perspectives. The book will be accompanied by a digital version, making it available online. Readers and website visitors alike will soon access, understand, enjoy, and interact with AMAs collection as never before. AMAs magnificent collection, one of the first ever of its type assembled in the United States, dates to 1949, and continues to take shape, growing gracefully in the present day. There is no better time than now to look back at the past half-century-plus of AMA collecting, as we glance to a bright future.

BUY THE BOOK CATALOGUE (released Fall 2017): $75 A unique opportunity to secure your very own copy of this significant publication, which will be available as a limited-edition first run in the fall of 2017. Become a sponsor for the Book and your name/company logo will be published as a Sponsor in the book's acknowledgement page, credited as 'Additional Support Provided By"...(contact nclusella@oas.org for more details).

The Friends of the Art Museum of the Americas is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to supporting the Mission of the OAS AMA through outreach and fundraising. The Museum, which is located at 201 18th Street NWin Washington, , has a permanent collection of over 2,000 works as well as an extensive program of exhibitions, symposia and concerts. As the first art museum in the United States dedicated to showcasing the creative contributions of artists from across the Americas and the Caribbean, the museum is committed to exhibiting work which promotes the goals of democracy, peace, justice, human rights and solidarity shared by the 35 member countries of the Organization of American States.

For any questions or to request additional information, please contact Ms. Nuria Clusella at nclusella@oas.org or 202-549-9419.
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