Título: Beyond the Prado: Museums and Identity in ...
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After General Francisco Franco's death in 1975, the Spanish government set out to create a democracy that celebrated rather than suppressed regional and ethnic diversity. Holo argues that Spanish state and regional leaders consciously used the power of museums to foster democratic identity in the country's citizens. In case studies that include the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, she tells of how museums and their exhibitions have touched off vigorous debates around such issues as Basque autonomy, the relationship of art museums and politics, Catalan identity, and the opposing pull of local and global cultures.
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