Name Descriptor: Izquierdo, María×
  • A fin de cuentas, todo eso de la pintura racista y socialista de Méjico y Perú no es sino folclore
    More, Federico, 1889-1955
    1944
    The anonymous author of this article contrasts the favorable response on the part of Peruvian intellectuals and artists to the work of Spanish artist Victorio Macho and their response to María Izquierdo, considered “ambassador of a hypothetical [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1146700

  • De arte : la exposición de María Izquierdo
    1944
    This is a review of the exhibition of work by María Izquierdo at the ICPN (Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano) in Lima. “Tiziano” [Titian] describes her exhibition as “an interesting spiritual message from the Aztec nation and a [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1146668

  • El rey ha muerto : Viva el rey: La renovación de la pintura mexicana
    Manrique, Jorge Alberto
    1970
    In this essay, originally published in 1970, Jorge Alberto Manrique points out that in the 1950s the Mexican School of Painting began to stagnate in terms of both form and motifs. However, official support allowed it to maintain its control of the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 798006

  • Expresión del arte femenino : Las profesoras de Artes Plásticas preparan su 1ª exposición de carteles
    1935
    This article discusses the preparations for the first exhibition of “women’s” posters—an unprecedented event. The women artists involved were María Izquierdo, Dolores Álvarez Bravo, Cordelia Urueta, and the Peruvian Julia Codesido. The [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 769980

  • Huesped
    Salazar Mallén, Rubén
    1947
    No one interviewed María Izquierdo for this story. Instead, she went to the editorial office of Últimas Noticias on her own initiative and expressed her point of view about the “nascent pictorial dictatorship.” Following Fernando Leal’s lead [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 755494

  • La exposición de María Izquierdo
    Pereira, Raúl María, 1916-2007
    1944
    In this text, critic Raúl Pereira asserts that the works by María Izquierdo on exhibit in Lima display “distinct personality, unquestionable artistic quality, and visual daring” as they delve into the motifs of Mexican folk art. The treatment [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1146684

  • La mujer artista en America Latina
    Hernández, Carmen, 1963-
    2007
    In this text, researcher Carmen Hernández examines the visual discourse on gender issues of women artists from Latin America. She concludes that there is no artistic movement in the region that specifically reflects on gender of the sort that [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1155362

  • La nueva Galería de Arte Moderno : The new Modern Art Gallery
    Mérida, Carlos, 1891-1984
    1929
    Carlos Mérida reports that given the global importance that Mexican painting has taken on and the interest generated by its evolution, the Departamento del Distrito Federal [DDF, Mexico City-City Hall] founded an art gallery to exhibit works by [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 757942

  • La pintura de María Izquierdo
    Artaud, Antonin, 1896-1948
    1936
    The French poet Antonin Artaud considers María Izquierdo’s art an example of what is truly “indiano” [Native]: sincere, primitive, and unsettling, even though it contains influences from Modern European art. By pointing out such influences, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 752329

  • Las últimas exposiciones de arte mexicano
    1930
    What is relevant in this article is that it presents a synopsis of five exhibitions that were held in the Galería de Arte Moderno—which depends on the Dirección de Acción Cívica del Departamento del Distrito Federal [an entity of civic action [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 736560

  • Mexicanism
    Helm, MacKinley
    1941
    In this essay, North American critic and art collector MacKinley Helm analyzes the work of those artists whose style and content did not fit into muralism or the so-called “Mexican School of Painting.” Helm discusses, in the context of the 1920s [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 748165

  • Perspectivas de la pintura mejicana a través de una charla con María Izquierdo
    Izquierdo, María
    1944
    María Izquierdo is interviewed during her visit to Lima. The author of this article, known only by the pseudonym, “Tiziano” [Titian], considers the painter to be part of “the group of artists who are creating Mexican art based on an [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1146652

  • Prólogo. Exhibition of Contemporary Mexican Art : Shown in Assembly Hall : January-February, 1935
    Crespo de la Serna, Jorge Juan
    1937
    In the prologue to the catalogue of the 1935 exhibition of contemporary Mexican art, Mexican artist Jorge Juan Crespo de la Serna provides a brief overview of Mexican art from the time of the Mayans until the present. He asserts that Mexican art, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 823372

  • Quedó inaugurada la bella exposición de la artista Izquierdo
    1933
    This short article reviews the opening of an exhibition of 17 watercolors by María Izquierdo in the premises of Mexican Folkways, a journal published by the collector and promoter of popular art, Frances Toor. In addition to discussing the various [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 798259

  • Reseña de exposiciones : Arte y cirugía
    1940
    The article is a review of the Exposición de arte mexicano [Exhibition of Mexican Art] that was held at the Hospital Juárez. It included paintings, sculpture, and engravings by Mexican artists such as Diego Rivera, Roberto Montenegro, Carlos Orozco [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 824625

  • Se hunde la pintura en el vacío de lo mediocre
    Rodríguez, Antonio, 1909-
    1957
    To the critic Antonio Rodríguez, the decadence of Mexican painting was based on an abandoning of ideological stances and a distancing from the social problems of humanity. The blame could mainly be laid at the door of the abstract painters who had [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 770440