This publication accompanies Gertrudis Rivalta's premiere solo exhibition at Thomas Nickles Project, Selected Pages. In sequined paintings and intricate paper doll dioramas, Cuban artist Gertrudis Rivalta uses the magazines of her youth to comment on the lived experiences of Black women in Cuban society.
Published in collaboration with New York University’s Hemispheric Institute.
Critical essay by Jacqueline Loss, Professor of Latin American and Caribbean Literary and Cultural Studies at the University of Connecticut.
64 Pages in Full Color
8.5"W x 8.5"H