If Walls Could Speak / Si las paredes hablaran. Celia Alvarez Muñoz.

Important Latinx Conceptual Artist

If Walls Could Speak / Si las paredes hablaran

Notes: 44 pages. 7 by 8-3/4 inches. In this book, the Texas conceptual artist explores the work of Latina women in factories in the 1940s. The text is a fictional first-person memoir in English and Spanish, illustrated with reproductions of found images. This book is part of her Enlightenment series, probably Muñoz's most important body of work. Muñoz was born in El Paso, Texas, in 1937 and has lived and worked in Arlington, Texas, since 1977. The year this was published, she was featured in the Whitney Biennial.

Edition + Condition: First edition (first printing). Fine in wrappers in a near fine folding plastic case, as issued. Signed by Muñoz on the title page. Uncommon.

Publication: Arlington, TX: Enlightenment Press, 1991.

Item No: #35214

Price: $125.00