Creator: Mujica Láinez, Manuel, 1910-×
  • ¿Arte abstracto o arte no figurativo? : [En su minuciosa “Respuesta a Julio E. Payró” publicada en el nº 202]
    Mujica Láinez, Manuel, 1910-
    Manuel Mujica Láinez replies to the survey on abstract and nonfigurative art, noting his inclination to use the terms “abstract” and “concrete” interchangeably, insofar as the trend does not cease to be what it is because of the label it [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 762983

  • [Señora Ursulina...]
    Mujica Láinez, Manuel, 1910-
    Manuel Mujica Láinez wrote a brief letter addressed to a so-called Tía Ursulina [Aunt Ursulina] in which he held that Alberto Greco was a wizard; in other words, a producer of many paintings, of mysterious richness in every painting [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 766472

  • Jorge Marcio Gentilini
    Mujica Láinez, Manuel, 1910-
    In his introduction to Jorge Marcio Gentilini’s exhibition at the Galería Lirolay (Buenos Aires, September 1961), Manuel Mujica Láinez notes that this young artist, who specializes in the art of fire, has already been admitted to the circuit of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 764867

  • Juan Grela
    Mujica Láinez, Manuel, 1910-
    Manuel Mujica-Láinez presents Juan Grela's retrospective (Galería Rubbers, Buenos Aires, August 1967), pointing out that it offers the possibility of gathering all the different periods of his production, where his authenticity stands out. He notes [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 764538

  • Nicolás García Uriburu
    Mujica Láinez, Manuel, 1910-
    Manuel Mujica-Láinez presents Nicolás García-Uriburu’s exhibition (Galería Rubbers, Buenos Aires, August–September, 1964), highlighting themes and climates associated with what does  “Argentinean-ness” involves. The critic also points [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 763244

  • Palabras pronunciadas por Manuel Mújica Lainez al festejarse las cien exposiciones de la Galería Bonino
    Mujica Láinez, Manuel, 1910-
    Manuel Mujica Láinez described in a poetic manner the artistic history of the Galería Bonino, inaugurated in 1951, attaching the names of artists to it as if a journey had taken place. His words were delivered at the one hundredth exhibition, which [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 763757

  • Ricardo Garabito
    Mujica Láinez, Manuel, 1910-
    Manuel Mujica-Láinez presents Ricardo Garabito’s exhibition, pointing out that his work has been focuses on the commonplace atmosphere of objects, people, and neighborhood. He also singles out the quality of the drawing and the richness of his [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 763229