ICAA Researcher: Ana Longoni×
  • Tucumán arde
    1968
    The article begins with a description of the work-of-art/event Tucumán Arde [Tucumán is Burning] that was held at the headquarters of the CGT (Confederacón General del Trabajo de los Argentinos [General Confederation of Labor of the Argentine [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 750489

  • Tucumán Arde
    1968
    Adhesive stickers like this one were pasted on public spaces, walls, doors, public restrooms, and mass transportation in Rosario, Buenos Aires, and Santa Fe. Flyers with the same design as the stickers were given out on the streets at the exits of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 760248

  • Tucuman Arde
    Gramuglio, María Teresa; Rosa, Nicolás
    1968
    In the Declaration that accompanied the Tucumán Arde [Tucumán is Burning] exhibition, the artists denounce “the hidden truth behind this Operation”: the attempt to destroy the unions and guilds of the northeastern part of Argentina through the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 766316

  • Tucumán arde sepa por qué
    1968
    This is an announcement of the forthcoming opening of the Tucumán Arde [Tucumán is Burning] exhibition at the headquarters of the CGT (Confederación General del Trabajo de los Argentinos [General Confederation of Labor of the Argentine people]), [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 750421

  • Un arte de los medios de comunicación
    Costa, Eduardo; Escari, Raúl; Jacoby, Roberto
    1966
    Stemming from the idea (very advanced at that time) that the media invents events, those who are writing this decide to inform—by way of social news snippets, altered photos, and apocryphal testimonies—about a happening that never took place. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 750362