ICAA Researcher: Ana María Torres : CEPE, U.N.A.M. / CURARE A. C.×
  • Proyecto de declaraciones del maestro Carlos Chávez
    Chávez, Carlos, 1899-1978
    1952
    Carlos Chávez announces the opening of the Mexican art exhibition organized by the governments of Mexico and France, in which a very carefully selected collection of masterpieces would be presented, beginning with the pre-Cortés era and continuing [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 779866

  • Rufino Tamayo : ¿Qué opina sobre la pintura europea?
    Castro, Rosa
    1951
    In this interview, Rufino Tamayo insists that his painting is not part of the abstractionist trend; however, the Italian art critic Giambattista Vicari believed that he could see a reliance on abstract motifs in the work of the painter from Oaxaca. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 769922

  • Rufino Tamayo ¿Ha influido Europa en su arte?
    Castro, Rosa
    1951
    After spending two years in several European countries, Rufino Tamayo returned to Mexico. He said that his European stay had helped him to clarify a few matters. One of them, perhaps the most important, was that—contrary to the opinion of Mexican [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 769914

  • Sin nombrarlo : Tamayo contesta a Rivera
    Suárez, Luis
    1954
    Rufino Tamayo expressed his ideas on the need to protect freedom of expression in the creative process. He explained that he did not belong to any group; on a personal level, however, he expressed his support for one of the “inalienable rights of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 759025

  • Siqueiros acusa a Tamayo y Tamayo le responde así
    Siqueiros, David Alfaro; Tamayo, Rufino
    1951
    HOY magazine thought that the long-running controversy between mural painters and abstract painters was old news. The simmering dispute had, however, recently boiled over into an open argument between Tamayo and Siqueiros, so the magazine asked both [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 768074

  • Siqueiros y la demagogia
    Tamayo, Rufino
    1947
    In this article, Rufino Tamayo forges ahead in his controversy and confrontation with the so-called Mexican School of painting. He addresses David Alfaro Siqueiros, who had publicly defended José Clemente Orozco. Tamayo ironically refers to [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 786620

  • Solamente extranjeros en la Bienal Bis : Bellas Artes habla sobre el grupo de los descontentitos
    Salmon, Agustín
    1958
    The Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (INBA) [National Institute of Fine Arts] discredited the exhibition of the “independents,” saying that it was for foreigners who were not invited because they were not Mexican nationals and also because [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 758383

  • Solo molestias me ha causado : Juan O´Gorman
    O'Gorman, Juan
    1958
    With regard to the events surrounding the first Bienal Interamericana de Pintura y Grabado [Inter-American Biennial of Painting and Printmaking], Juan O’Gorman published this article in response to the painter Cordelia Urueta. In a previous article [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 772177

  • Tamayo : No puedo luchar contra el grupo que se ha impuesto en la Bienal…
    Tamayo, Rufino
    1958
    While he was in Paris, Rufino Tamayo received a second invitation to take part in the Mexican Biennial that was being organized by the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (INBA).This time, in an attempt to persuade him, Miguel Salas Anzures told him [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 769929

  • Tamayo es de una ampulosa suficiencia : dice Siqueiros
    Rodríguez, Antonio, 1909-
    1947
    In this interview, David Alfaro Siqueiros associates Rufino Tamayo with the formalism of the School of Paris, with the snobbish, bourgeois attitude of those who opposed political art. He acknowledges the sense of color and synthesis in Tamayo’s [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 755533

  • Tamayo habla a Hoy : La pintura mexicana despierta interés en Europa por su mérito y originalidad, dice el notable artista
    Nelken, Margarita
    1951
    In spite of the campaign of negative criticism against him, Rufino Tamayo said he was pleased with the way he had been received by the people of Mexico. He also said that a Mexican’s success was always a source of great satisfaction. Tamayo was [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 759004

  • Tamayo habla a Hoy desde París! : Respaldado por su triunfo en Europa habla con olímpico desprecio de Diego Rivera y Siqueiros
    Alba, Víctor
    1950
    Rufino Tamayo believed that he had the moral authority to speak out and deny what Siqueiros was saying about his failure at the Venice Bienniale. Tamayo pointed out that, although he did not win any prizes, the Italian government bought one of his [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 758996

  • Tamayo hizo el feo a Bellas Artes : El famoso pintor no expondrá en la Primera Bienal pictórica
    Salmon, Agustín
    1958
    The author of this article states that Rufino Tamayo is the only one of de los Cuatro Grandes [the Big Four] who will not be taking part in the 1st Inter-American Biennial of Paintings and Prints in 1958. Before he left for Europe, Tamayo refused to [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 768044

  • Tamayo no es el mejor pintor de México!
    Rodríguez, Antonio, 1909-
    1951
    Antonio Rodríguez thought there had been a campaign to convince the world that Rufino Tamayo was the best painter in Mexico; but there were some who didn’t agree. Rodríguez acknowledged that Tamayo was a good painter, particularly in his command [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 759018

  • Un eminente crítico de arte habla de la Bienal y de sus premios
    Cardoza y Aragón, Luis
    1958
    Both Jorge Juan Crespo de la Serna and Luis Cardoza y Aragón agreed that the deliberations of the International Jury’s Panel (which had established the parameters for awarding the prizes) for the Bienal Interamericana de Pintura y Grabado [Inter- [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 772188

  • Una carta de la esposa de Rufino Tamayo
    Tamayo, Olga
    1951
    Rufino Tamayo’s wife wrote a letter to Mr. Rodrigo de Llano, the director of the Excélsior newspaper, to clarify a few points concerning MacGregor’s article, “Ecos de una exposición” [Echoes of an Exhibition], published on August 19. Olga [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 768029