Creator: Bittencourt, Francisco×
  • A arte abrange tudo. É uma experiência vital
    Bittencourt, Francisco; Manuel, Antonio
    1975
    In this interview with artist Antonio Manuel by critic Francisco Bittencourt, Manuel speaks of his early career, mentioning specifically the Salão da Bússola [Compass Salon]; the Corpobra [Body-Work] action in which he appeared naked at the Salão [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111094

  • A arte experimental quer "questionar a sensibilidade vigente"
    Bittencourt, Francisco; Herkenhoff, Paulo
    1975
    This article is the result of a conversation between critic Francisco Bittencourt and Paulo Herkenhoff, who was an artist at that time. Among other things, they discuss the nature of the experimental work being done by Brazilian artists in the 1970s [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110612

  • A geração tranca-ruas
    Bittencourt, Francisco
    1970
    In this newspaper article, the critic Francisco Bittencourt reviews Do corpo à Terra (1970), the exhibition organized by Frederico Morais in Belo Horizonte. After referring to the Brazilian avant-garde concern with anti-art, and mentioning the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110681

  • Expressão, arte e tecnologia
    Bittencourt, Francisco
    1975
    In this newspaper article, Francisco Bittencourt discusses the emergence of the new media that began to be used in Brazilian art in the 1970s. Among other artists, the article mentions Arthur Barrio, Anna Bella Geiger, Ivens Machado, Ana Vitória [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110492

  • Identidade do artista: Ângelo de Aquino
    Bittencourt, Francisco
    1979
    In 1977, the critic Francisco Bittencourt introduced the work of Ângelo de Aquino in an exhibition, Identidade do artista, the title of which addressed the identity of the contemporary artist vis-à-vis his public status in the world. The discussion [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110493

  • O desafio político de Rubem Valentim
    Bittencourt, Francisco
    1978
    In this text, critic Francisco Bittencourt discusses the work of sculptor Rubem Valentim. He asserts that Valentim’s diverse body of work “effects a synthesis that may yield, for the first time, a language with a Brazilian accent, that is, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111079