Creator: Picón-Salas, Mariano, 1901-1965×
  • Américas desavenidas
    Picón-Salas, Mariano, 1901-1965
    Critic Mariano Picón-Salas interprets the model proposed by José Enrique Rodó in Ariel (1900) as a symbol of the antagonism between Latin America and the United States. This opposition, caused by the imperialist thirst of the United States and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 815716

  • Lola y sus manos
    Picón-Salas, Mariano, 1901-1965
    Mariano Picón Salas produced this biographical sketch of Lola Cueto on the occasion of her visit to Venezuela for the exhibition of her collection of prints and a program of puppet shows. He discusses the artist’s life and work from three separate [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 825892

  • Nuestro "aire" cultural : Nota primera
    Picón-Salas, Mariano, 1901-1965
    In this article the writer Mariano Picón Salas provides a concise summary of what he believes to be the most distinctive aspects of Latin America in the first half of the twentieth century as viewed, in particular, from the perspective of a cultural [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 850137

  • Reverón
    Picón-Salas, Mariano, 1901-1965
    The writer Mariano Picón Salas’ begins his essay on the artist Armando Reverón by affirming the powerful influence the artist has in Venezuela at the time; he then examines the myth of the “Illustrious Robinson,” a myth fostered by the people [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 808902

  • Unidad y nacionalismo en la historia hispano-americana
    Picón-Salas, Mariano, 1901-1965
    Mariano Picón-Salas discusses the processes and reasons for the “integration” and the “disintegration” of the Latin American peoples during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, starting with their struggles for independence through the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 815673