Name Descriptor: Marinetti, Filippo Tommaso, 1876-1944×
  • “Martín Fierro” y Marinetti
    1926
    The article points out the importance of the activity brought forth by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti in “our milieu” as a “very valuable collaboration to the renovation movement,” started—long ago—by the group involved in the publication Mart [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 731306

  • [EL jueves 17 de junio a las 18, se inaugurará una exposición de los pintores modernos...]
    1926
    Invitation to the Exposición de Pintores Modernos [Modern Painters Exhibition], which took place at Amigos del Arte [Friends of Art] (Buenos Aires, June, 1926), and included the following artists: Emilio Pettoruti, Norah Borges, Xul Solar, and Piero [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 732226

  • [Introducción y nota a la edición]
    Schneider, Luis Mario
    1985
    This document is an anthology containing a collection of etridentista poems and manifestos. It includes an extensive bibliography. Luis Mario Schneider [L. M. Sch.] contextualizes their works within the cultural panorama of that time [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 737908

  • Cuestiones de arte moderno. Algo sobre el futurismo
    Mérida, Carlos, 1891-1984
    1920
    Carlos Mérida affirms that Filippo Tommaso Martinetti launched futurism, a movement that was based on the principle of dynamism in its broadest conception. In [Mérida’s opinion, futurism and all artistic schools do not produce a definitive result [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 779821

  • El futurismo : La Última palabra en el Arte
    Marinetti, Filippo Tommaso, 1876-1944
    1919
    This article contains images and commentary on the national exhibition of Futurism that took place in Milan in March of 1919. According to the founding father of the movement, the word “futurista” means “revolucionario, novador [sic], [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 737403

  • El movimiento estridentista en 1922
    Maples Arce, Manuel, 1900-
    1922
    In the same year that the Estridentista manifesto was written, Manuel Maples Arce recounts the progress of both the literary and artistic avant-gardes in Mexico observing that indeed: “the few intellectuals who joined the revolution were corrupt [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 774074

  • Figuras inquietas : Marinetti
    Gómez de la Serna, Ramón, 1888-1963
    1922
    From Madrid, the Spanish avant-garde poet Ramón Gómez de la Serna wrote a concise profile of Filippo Tomasso Marinetti that was taken up by the Mexican cultural press. De la Serna refers to a certain appeasement of spirit in his friend the Futurist [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 737453

  • Figuras y aspectos de la vida mundial : El balance del suprarrealismo. A propósito del último manifiesto de André Breton
    Mariátegui, José Carlos, 1894-1930
    1930
    In this text, José Carlos Mariátegui argues that no avant-garde artistic or literary movement has been “as significant historically or important as content as Surrealism.” He asserts that, while Futurism attempted to go beyond formal [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1293479

  • La exposición de pinturas : los que están y los que faltaban
    Sanín Cano, Baldomero, 1861- 1957
    1928
    In this text, Colombian intellectual Baldomero Sanín Cano offers a number of observations about art and the artist, asserting that the time has come for both to move closer to the masses. Sanín argues that the belief that art is only for a segment [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1079099

  • Marinetti en los "Amigos del Arte"
    Prebisch, Alberto
    1926
    Alberto Prebisch reports on the exhibition held at “Friends of Art” comprised of works by Emilio Pettoruti, Xul Solar, Norah Borges, as well as two projects by the architects, Ernesto Vautier and Alberto Prebisch, representatives of the “new [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 730875

  • Marinetti y la última renovación futurista : “El Tactilismo”
    Lozano, Rafael
    1921
    This article recounts an interview of Filippo Tomasso Marinetti conducted by Rafael Lozano when he visited the Italian poet in Paris. The text provides an ample description of the new “tactile” aesthetic that the futurist promoted as well as some [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 737428

  • Nueva escuela literaria
    Nervo, Amado
    1909
    Amado Nervo announces, in terms of a “literary school,” the emergence of futurism in Italy, whose manifesto he translates in order to place it, with no fear at all, at the reader’s disposal. And Nervo does it with the conviction that—in spite [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 759069

  • Un momento excepcional en la Pintura Uruguaya
    Espada, Roberto de
    1985
    In this essay published in 1985, educator and literary critic Roberto de Espada describes the situation of the visual arts in Uruguay in the sixties. He analyzes how informalism was assimilated and internalized by important artists in the country and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1236289