Buenos Aires: Zurbaran Ediciones, 1993.
Hardcover. Near Fine in a Very Good dust jacket. 107 pp, with color illustrations, illustration index. A few very light dents to front cover; else fine. Light shelf wear to dust jacket. Includes work by Raul Alonso, Esther Barugel, Ernesto Bertani, Ary Brizzi, Oscar Campos, Juan Cardozo, Jorge Gamarra, Leopoldo Presas, Rodolfo Ramos, Nicolas Rubio, and others. "Argentina is a country that, throughout its history, has been settled by people of the most varied roots. Each brought with him or her the distinctive traits of his or her culture. The combination of all those cultural components formed an artistic identity which is always open to new ideas. The works shown in this book are an expression of their authors' feelings and talent, also the result of that cultural melting pot. And an example of the creative power of people who now live in peace and democracy" (dust jacket).