Name Descriptor: Grupo Ruptura (Group of artists)×
  • A presença dos concretistas
    Machado, Lourival Gomes
    1959
    In this article, Lourival Gomes Machado discusses the major contribution that Concrete artists have made to the São Paulo art scene. In his view, their stimulating presence provoked a wide range of reactions years after the first exhibition of the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110728

  • Duas exposições
    Milliet, Sérgio, 1898-1966
    1952
    Critique by Sérgio Milliet of the manifesto recently released by grupo “ruptura” (1952) during the group’s inaugural show of geometric constructive art at the Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo in December of that same year. Despite praising [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1085432

  • Lothar Charoux
    Zanini, Walter, 1925-
    1974
    Professor Walter Zanini, the director of the Museu de Arte Contemporânea (an affiliate of the Universidade de São Paulo), begins his introductory essay by congratulating the graphic artist and painter Lothar Charoux on behalf of the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1315748

  • Ruptura
    Charoux, Lothar
    1952
    This manifesto stated that figuration had run its course and exhausted its historic function, and claimed that there was therefore no longer any continuity between past and present. Those who signed the document thus repudiated any type of figurative [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 771349

  • Ruptura
    Cordeiro, Waldemar, 1925-1973
    1953
    This text was written by Waldemar Cordeiro in response to Sérgio Milliet’s critique of his “Manifesto Ruptura” that was published in the newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo on December 13, 1952. In addition to replying to each one of Milliet’s [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1085337

  • Ruptura
    Charoux, Lothar; Cordeiro, Waldemar, 1925-1973; Barros, Geraldo de; Haar, Leopold; Féjer, Kazmer, 1923-1989; Wladyslaw, Anatol; Sacilotto, Luiz, 1924-2003
    1952
    This is a copy of the original manuscript of the Manifiesto ruptura (Rupture Manifesto) that was signed in 1952 by Waldemar Cordeiro, Geraldo de Barros, Lothar Charoux, Leopoldo Haar, Kazimir Fejer, Anatol Wladislaw, and Luís Sacilotto. The [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1232213