The exhibition New Art of Argentina was jointly organized by the Walker Art Insitute (Minneapolis) and the Centro de Artes Visuales del Instituto Torcuato Di Tella [The Visual Arts Center of the Torcuato DiTella Institute], directed by Jorge Romero Brest. In addition to runs at both institutions, the exhibition was also shown at The Akron Art Institute (October 25 – November 29, 1964); the Atlanta Art Association (December 13 – January 17, 1965); and the Archer M. Huntington Art Museum at the University of Texas at Austin (February 17 – March 14). The participating artists were: Hugo R. Demarco, Julio Le Parc, Luis Tomasello, Carlos Silva, Eduardo A. Mac-Entyre, Víctor Magariños D., Miguel Ángel Vidal, Sarah Grilo, José Antonio Fernández-Muro, Miguel Ocampo, Kazuya Sakai, Clorindo Testa, Mario Pucciarelli, Osvaldo Borda, Víctor Chab, Martha Peluffo, Rogelio Polesello, Ernesto Deira, Rómulo Macció, Jorge de la Vega, Luis Felipe Noé, Antonio Seguí, Delia Sara Cancela, Carlos Squirru, Delia Puzzovio, Marta Minujín, Antonio Berni, Rubén Santantonín, Libero Badíi, Noemí Gerstein, Ennio Iommi, Gyula Kosice, Alicia Penalba and Marino Di Teana. The itinerary for this exhibition fulfilled one of the Torcuato Di Tella Institute’s principal objectives: the internationalization of Argentinean art; it likewise incorporated national esthetic productions into the development of the international vanguard. In 1965 Rubén Santantonín burned all his works—a few reproductions remain—and, as a consequence, the existing photographic records from catalogs and brochures have taken on special significance.