Reprise episode y'all. Joy and Jasmine talk to Babelito from Latinos Who Lunch about 18th-century Casta paintings, artworks based on the hierarchical system of racial classification in New Spain. In this podcast crossover, Joy, Jasmine and Babelito analyze the depiction of the body and fashion in four Casta paintings from Mexico.Check out our Instagram @unravelpodcast or our website: unravelpodcast.com for imagesFigure 1. Miguel Cabrera (Mexican, 1695-1768), De español e indio, Mestizo, 1763. Oil on CanvasFigure 2. Francisco Clapera (Spanish born, 1746-1810), De Espanol, e India, nace Mestiza, c. 1775. Denver Art Museum. Gift of the Collection of Frederick and Jan MayerFigure 3. Francisco Clapera (Spanish born, 1746-1810), De Gibaro, y Mulata, Tente en el ayre, c. 1775. Denver Art Museum. Gift of the Collection of Frederick and Jan MayerFigure 4. Ignacio María Barreda (Mexican 1750-1800), The Mexican Castes (Las castas mexicanas), 1777. Oil on canvas. Madrid, SpainYou can find Babelito & Latinos Who Lunch here at www.latinoswholunch.com and on Instagram @babelito & Twitter @latinoswholunchResourcesCasta Wikipedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CastaKatzew, Ilona. Casta Painting: Images of Race in Eighteenth-century Mexico. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2005.Donate to our GoFundMe Costume Society of AmericaDana will be at the Makers & Mentors event at NMAI where teens and young adults can learn about podcasting and textile conservation.
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