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Princeton Acquires 34 Severo Sarduy Works

Severo Sarduy (1937-1993), Untitled, no date. Mixed media on paper. 53.5 x 35.5 cm.

Thanks to the assistance of the Executive Committee for the Program in Latin American Studies, the Graphic Arts Collection of the Princeton University Library recently acquired thirty-four paintings and drawings by the novelist, critic, poet, and visual artist Severo Sarduy (1937-1993). Artifacts from his studio accompany the paintings, along with several works by his friends Roland Barthes, Jorge Camacho, and José Luis Cuevas.

View some highlights posted by Graphic Arts Curator Julie Mellby at


Fernando Acosta-Rodriguez
Princeton University

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