MLA Formatting: Reference Page Example

This resource can help you with questions you may have around MLA; this document will show you have to properly format in-text citations, form block quotes, structure a cover page, etc. Think of it as your MLA "cheat sheet"!

Reference Page Example

Running head: SKIN CANVAS AND TATTOOS AS TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY ART                                                                                                                                                                                                           12





Abaroa, E., Alonzo, P., Dr. Lakra, & Gabriel Orozco. (2010). Dr. Lakra. Barcelona: RM Verlag, S.L.


Adler, P., Kotsopoulos, N., & Howells, T. (2010). Contemporary art in Latin America. London: Black Dog Publishing.


Amirsadeghi, H., Petitgas, C., Hernández Ursula Verea, Barson, T., Usabiaga, D. G., & Minera María. (2014). Contemporary Art Mexico. London: Thames & Hudson


Greenblatt, A. (2014, February 21). Job Seekers Still Have To Hide Tattoos (From The Neck Up). Retrieved November 29, 2015, from


Kurimanzutto. (n.d.). Dr. Lakra. Retrieved from


Lineberry, C. (2007, January 1). Tattoos. Retrieved November 29, 2015, from


Malbert, R. (2015). “Dr. Lakra." In Drawing People. New York, New York: D.A.P.


Monasterio, P. O., Herrerías Vesta Monica, Morales, A., & Smith, P. (2013). Mexican Portraits. Santa Fe, Mexico: Fundación Televisa.


Think before you ink: Tattoo risks. (2020, February 28). Retrieved November 29, 2015, from tattoos-and-piercings/art-20045067.


Widholm, J.R., & Amorales, C. (2007). Escultura Social: A New Generation of Art from Mexico City. Chicago, Illinois: Museum of Contemporary Art.

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