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D. Hiden Ramsey Library, University of North Carolina at Asheville

Art: Brazil

RESOURCES, including Books, Journals, Reference Materials, Film and Images related to the study of studio arts, art history, and crafts

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BRAZILIAN ART & ARTISTS

Artbr - Artes Plásticas,
a contemporary arts portal for Brazil.

Art Bonobo
An art portal and virtual gallery.

Ileana Frometa Grillo  Venezuelan artist (See:

Ileana Frometa Grillo on The IDEA #5 "Echoes of Brazil" blog

Brazil - Overview

Voice of the Shuttle. Extensive Web site for humanities research.

 

STATISTICS:

United Nations Statistics Division.  Official access point to international statistical data compiled by the UN and other international agencies.  Offers free access to much data, including the Demographic Yearbook.

The World Factbook. U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.

 

REFERENCE ENCYCLOPEDIAS, GUIDES and DICTIONARIES:

To review the history of the country search the WORLDCAT catalog for "Brazil" and search the WNCLN catalog and limit to UNCA.  To locate specific information on art, demographics, culture, maps, politics, history, etc., search for those combined entries in our catalog.  For example: 

Brazil and culture
Brazil and history
Brazil and map
Brazil and art

DATABASES:

Latin American Links

LATIN AMERICAN NETWORK INFORMATION CENTER
Latin American Art sources

http://lanic.utexas.edu/la/region/art/

Current exhibition of Latin American Art: 
Weatherspoon Art Museum (UNC Greensboro)

http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu
/exhibitions/default.asp

FAMSI Foundation for the Advancement 
of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc. 

http://www.famsi.org/

Julia P. Herzberg "Leandro Katz: 
A Decade of Work" 1995 

http://www.leandrokatz.com/Pages
/JuliaHerzberg.html

History of Science in Latin America 
and the Caribbean: 
 A digital archive 
of primary sources, 
web links, and 
references for students and professors 

http://www.hoslac.org/

Caribbean Art World Magazine
http://www.cawmagazine.com/index.php