Name Descriptor: Motta, Flávio L. (Flávio Lichtenfels), 1923-×
  • Arte na cidade
    Motta, Flávio L. (Flávio Lichtenfels), 1923-; Nitsche, Marcello, 1942-
    1974
    This proposal, which envisioned a program of artistic activities in “public spaces,” was submitted to the City Hall of São Paulo in 1974 by the artist and architect Flavio Motta and the artist Marcello Nitsche. The project called for greater [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110634

  • Arte reprimida em São Paulo
    Morais, Frederico, 1936-
    1968
    The art critic Frederico Morais begins this article by drawing the reader’s attention to the work of “avant-garde artists” in São Paulo (“active, agitated, and/or agitators”) in the late 1960s. Among other things, he mentions the “ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110638

  • As bandeiras apreendidas
    1967
    This is a report on the seizure of flags and banners presented by artists Nelson Leirner and Flavio Motta at the corner of Avenida Brasil and Rua Augusta (December 1967); the repressive action was ordered by the city’s district attorneys. According [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110639

  • Dia das bandeiras
    Ayala, Walmir, 1933-1991
    1968
    In this article the writer and art critic Walmir Ayala reports on a “festive communication event” created by artists from Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo who organized “an evening for the exposure and sale” of flags at the General Osório [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110640

  • Nos pilares do Minhocão, gaivotas e montanhas coloridas
    1974
    This newspaper article reports on the Municipalidad de São Paulo’s official approval of the architect and artist Flávio Motta’s proposal to paint the concrete columns that support the elevated Presidente Costa e Silva highway, known to locals [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110635

  • Pilastras pintadas, vacas de concreto. É a arte nas ruas.
    1974
    This newspaper article reports on the Municipalidad de São Paulo’s official approval of the architect and artist Flávio Motta’s proposal to paint the concrete columns that support the elevated Presidente Costa e Silva highway, known to locals [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110636