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Maker(s):Mendieta, Ana
Culture:American born Cuba (1948 - 1985)
Title:Untitled (Image from Yagul) from Silueta Series in Mexico
Date Made:1973 August original slide; 1991 posthumous print
Materials:C-print on Kodak Professional paper
Place Made:Mexico; Valley of Oaxaca; Yagul
Measurements:sheet: 20 x 16 in.; 50.8 x 40.64 cm; image: 20 x 13 1/4 in.; 50.8 x 33.655 cm
Narrative Inscription:  signed in black ink at lower left verso: Ana Mendieta/Raquel Mendieta Harrington, stamped in black ink at lower left verso: Administratix of the Estate
Accession Number:  SC 2001.22.7
Credit Line:Purchased with the Janice Carlson Oresman, class of 1955, Fund and the Josephine A. Stein, class of 1927, Fund in honor of the class of 1927
Museum Collection:  Smith College Museum of Art

low rock walls around central area, nude female with arms by her sides lying supine underneath white long stemmed flowers

Label Text:
Mendieta considers this work to be the beginning of her Silueta series. Additional writing on this object can be found at
Paper + People the Cunningham Center Blog.

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