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Dirube, Madrid: ALA Art Editions & Editorial Playor, 1979. Covers the work of Cuban sculptor, painter and graphics artist, Rolando López Dirube. Bilingual edition, English and Spanish.

David Manzur, Bogotá: Seguros Bolívar, 1981. Spanish texts. One of four essays; others by Germán Rubiano Caballero, José Gómez-Sicre and Mario Rivero. Covers the work of Colombian painter, David Manzur. Bilingual edition, English and Spanish.

Rogelio Polesello, Buenos Aires: Ediciones Gaglianone, 1984. First monograph on Argentinean painter and sculptor, Rogelio Polesello. Spanish-language edition.

Rafael Coronel, Palm Springs: B. Lewin Galleries, 1987. Introductory text, "Rafael Coronel: The Imagery of Time." English-language edition.

Clarence Holbrook Carter, New York: Rizzoli, 1989. With Frank Trapp and Douglas Dreishpoon, covering the life work of North American painter, Clarence Carter. English-language edition.

Outside Cuba/Fuera de Cuba, book-length catalogue to exhibition of same name which opened at the Zimmerli Museum of Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, on March 24, 1987 and traveled the U.S. and Puerto Rico until April, 1989. Catalogue was published jointly by Rutgers University and the University of Miami in 1989. The major catalogue text is titled "Identity and Variations: Cuban Visual Thinking in Exile since 1959." The exhibition and the catalogue survey Cuban émigré art since 1960. Texts are in English and Spanish. The catalogue also contains color and black and white reproductions of works by the 48 artists included in the exhibition. Bilingual edition, English and Spanish.

Humberto Calzada, Miami: Bass Museum of Art, 1991. Monograph on the Cuban-born painter, Humberto Calzada. Served as book-length catalogue of his retrospective at the Bass Museum. Opened October 3, 1991, ran through November 10, 1991.

Fernando de Szyszlo, Bogotá: Ediciones Alfred Wild, 1991. With Mario Vargas Llosa, Ana María Escallón, and Judith Alanis, surveying the work of this Peruvian painter and sculptor. English-language edition.

Rafael Soriano: The Poetics of Light, Miami: Ediciones Habana Vieja, 1998. The first monograph on this Cuban painter.

Olga de Amaral: el manto de la memoria, "La música del ojo o el surgimiento del objeto taumatúrgico," Bogotá: Ediciones Zona & Seguros Bolívar, 2000. In Spanish with separata containing English-language translation of all texts.

Gustavo Acosta: 1994-2004, "The Rhetoric of Enigma: An Approach to the Paintings of Gustavo Acosta," Buenos Aires: Ediciones Arte al Día, 2004.

Nicolás Leiva: The Fire of Self and Multiplication, Coral Gables: Gary Nader Editions, 2005.

Hugo Consuegra, “Dwelling in Passing,” Miami: Ediciones Universal, 2007.

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