Creator: Ortiz Saralegui, Juvenal, 1907-1959×
  • Consideraciones sobre la expresión heroica
    Ortiz Saralegui, Juvenal, 1907-1959
    1930
    Juvenal Ortiz Saralegui discusses Vicente Basso Maglio’s ideas about what the literary critic describes as “heroic expression,” with oblique references to the painting of another Uruguayan, Rafael Barradas. Based on literary ideas in particular [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1225615

  • Fuera del Salón Oficial : una obra de la Pintora María Rosa de Ferrari
    Ortiz Saralegui, Juvenal, 1907-1959
    1938
    In the 1930s the ideological frictions sparked in intellectual circles by the dictatorial government of Gabriel Terra were not just a local problem; they were a reflection of the global conflict presaged by the unstoppable advance of fascism, the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1221528

  • Hacia el arte revolucionario
    Ortiz Saralegui, Juvenal, 1907-1959
    1934
    This article by Juvenal Ortiz Saralegui formed part of the early debates in the leftist press in Uruguay on the relationship between art and politics, debates that largely ensued in the publication of the Confederación de Trabajadores Intelectuales [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1198856

  • Hacia el arte revolucionario III
    Ortiz Saralegui, Juvenal, 1907-1959
    1934
    This article by Juvenal Ortiz Saralegui formed part of a series published in Movimiento journal—the publication of the Confederación de Trabajadores Intelectuales del Uruguay (CTIU)—that attempted to formulate a “revolutionary art” that did [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1198748

  • Los jurados de los salarios artísticos de 1935 atentó contra la cultura
    Ortiz Saralegui, Juvenal, 1907-1959
    1937
    In this article the head of the AIAPE, Juvenal Ortiz Saralegui, condemns the incompetence of the jurors who were appointed by the Ministerio de Instrucción Pública y Previsión Social to grant “artistic salaries.” In 1935 the jury that had been [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1225596

  • Una carta de los intelectuales uruguayos al presidente Roosevelt
    Ortiz Saralegui, Juvenal, 1907-1959; Bazurro, Domingo, 1886-1962; Michelena, Bernabé 1888-1963; Del Cioppo, Atahualpa; Berdía, Norberto, 1900-; Lázaro, Enrique; Laborde, Guillermo
    1934
    This document is a letter from a group of Uruguayan intellectuals—among them eminent visual artists like Guillermo Laborde, Bernabé Michelena, Domingo Bazzurro, and Carlos Prevosti— to President Franklin D. Roosevelt joining in the international [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1201942