The prestigious academic journal Art Documentation has published a 5 pages article dealing with my career. The paper, entitled “Catalogue Raisonné of the Work of Fidel Micó: A Case Study” (Art Documentation 34, no. 2, 2015, p. 349-353, http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/683379), describes the methodology used by the independent scholar José A. Buxadó for exploring and documenting my work. This single-scholar research project was performed with limited resources by using previous experience in other fields of knowledge. Obstacles that he faced in provenance research, the challenges of compiling an accurate catalogue raisonné, and goals of the project are also explained in a work that undoubtedly received the benefits of four academic reviewers as referees, and the editorial work of Judy Dyki, Editor-in-Chief at Art Documentation, and Director of the Cranbrook Academy of Art Library (http://www.cranbrookart.edu/library).
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