Table of contents for Wifredo Lam and the international avant-garde, 1923-1982 / by Lowery Stokes Sims.


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Acknowledgments
Introduction
1. The "Primitive" within "Primitivism": Lam's Encounter with the School of Paris
2. Mediating the Sacred and the Profane: Lam's Cuban Work in the 1940s
3. Myth and Totemism: Lam and the New York School, 1942\-1952
4. Surrealism after World War II: Lam in Europe, 1947\-1960
5. "Lo Maravilloso" and the Antillean Ethos: Lam in Cuba and Latin America, 1946\-1960
6. The Demise of Surrealism: Lam and the U.S. Art Scene, 1950\-1980
7. The Artist in the Revolution: Lam in Cuba, 1960\-1982
8. A Shaman for Modern Times: Lam in Europe, 1960\-1982
9. New Means and New Media: Lam's Late Work, 1970\-1982
10. The "Deft Juggler of Cultural Modes": Lam in the Postmodern Context
11. Toward a New Art History: Lam Scholarship in the Twenty-first Century
Notes
Selected Bibliography
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Lam, Wifredo, Painters Cuba Biography, Lam, Wifredo Influence, Surrealism Cuba