Pmartin ramirez a mexican migrant worker and psychiatric patient without formal artistic training has been hailed by leading new york art critics as one of the twentieth centurys greatest artists his work has been exhibited alongside masters such as jose clemente orozco diego rivera rufino tamayo salvador dali marc chagall paul klee and joan miro a landmark exhibition of . Framing his life and art by victor m espinosa featuring extensive newly uncovered biographical information martin ramirez is the definitive study of the life and critical reception of the mexican migrant and psychiatric patient who became one of the twentieth centurys finest artists november 2015. Shelves art victor espinosas long awaited study of martin ramirez for most of his life an unknown inmate of an obscure california asylum but now an art world star joins the 5 or 10 most important books yet published on the subject of self taught and outsider art. Martin ramirez framing his life and art victor m espinosa univ of texas 40 388p isbn 978 1 4773 0775 5 buy this book in a sociological biography . Bookshelf martin ramirez framing his life and art scroll down to see more content victor m espinosa published by university of texas press release date november 2015 by clairborne smith imagine the story of a migrant from mexico who ends up in a psychiatric hospital in california where he devotes his time to creating idiosyncratic art that makes him a sought after and respected artist
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