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  • El arte como magia
    Neumann, Hans
    1962
    The collector Hans Neumann discusses the Informalist movement’s connection to the emotions, transcendent universes, and what he describes as a “prophetic” nature. He sees Informalism as mankind’s logical reaction to the inexplicable nature of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1169055

  • Luis Caballero
    Lucie- Smith, Edward
    1992
    This article contrasts the traditional nature of artist Luis Caballero’s studies in Paris, as well as his lifestyle and work, on the one hand, and the contemporariness of his paintings and drawings, on the other. English critic and art historian [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1087966

  • Otra estación en el infierno
    Traba, Marta
    1986
    In this article, Marta Traba provides a critical analysis of the different stages of Luis Caballero’s career from the time he was awarded first prize at the Primera Bienal de Coltejer (held in Medellín in 1968) until 1980. Traba begins by [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1088067

  • Una nota sobre el arte de hoy
    Bowness, Alan
    1965
    This presentation by Alan Bowness takes world conflicts as a starting point in order to demonstrate that they have led to a rupture in the evolution of art. He believes the 1950s can be thought of as a decade of “transition.” In his judgment the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 758404

  • Zambullida profunda en el mar del país fantasma
    Husband, Bertha
    1986
    Painter Bertha Husband takes it for granted that Puerto Rican artist Elizam Escobar analyzes the ideas and images to be developed in his work in advance. However, it is pointless to give explanations or make judgments on the works [based on those [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1052543