index
The letter f following a page number denotes a figure.
Abstract- expressionist movement, 101–3, 105, 107, 107f, 124, 131
A corazón abierto (Bustamante), 154
Agribusiness, 45
Aguilar, Laura, 72
aids and aids activism, 81–82, 92
Alavéz, José López, 158
Alcázar, Crispín, 57, 58f
Almaguer, Tomás, 80
Almaraz, Carlos, 45, 81, 127–28, 129f, 131–32
Alternative notions of power and social change, 6–7, 153–55. See also
Knowing, alternative ways of
Alternative publications, 138, 143
Alternative spaces (Chicano), 142–47; activist art collectives as, 143; of
California vs. Mexico City, 143–47; debate over mainstream art insti-
tutions and politics and, 143–44; disbanding of, 145; ethnic and class
consciousness and, 145; examples of sustainable, 145–46; funding
struggles of, 146–47; restriction in for feminists, 144
Alternative spaces (Mexico City): alternative publications and presses
as, 138–39; of California Chicano vs. Mexico City, 143–47; demise of
in late 80s, 142; emphasis on egalitarianism in, 137–38; examples of,
continuing to this day, 142; feminist artists and, 140–42; Frente de
Grupos Trabajadores de la Cultura and, 137; grupos vs. feminist, 140–
41; Mexican art collectives as, 136–42; participation in official exhibi-
tions on artists own terms, 138; Salon Independiente as, 136. See also
Frente de Grupos Trabajadores de la Cultura
Alternative spaces (Oaxaca Zapotec), 147–51; dominance of cocEi and
Toledo and, 147–51; establishment of institutions as by Toledo, 149–50
Alucinación (Cuevas), 105
“The Ancient Roots of Machismo” (Castillo), 75
Previous Page Next Page