Name Descriptor: Ruiz, Antonio×
  • Antonio M. Ruiz
    Vela, Arqueles
    1937
    Arqueles Vela writes a review of the most recent work by Antonio Ruiz, nicknamed “El Corcito” whom he considers a “contemporary Mexican painter.” He emphasizes the essential traits of his paintings and at the same time reveals a criticism of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 764619

  • Arte : Antonio Ruiz
    Izquierdo, María
    1942
    María Izquierdo undertakes an assessment of the pictorial artwork of Antonio Ruiz, known as El Corcito. She addresses both the small format and meticulous technique used by the artist as well as his inventive motifs. After describing several of his [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 804343

  • Carta de Diego Rivera al Seminario de Cultura Mexicana
    Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957
    1943
    Diego Rivera writes a long letter to the Seminario de Cultura Mexicana [Mexican Cultural Seminary] in which he challenges the statements made by the Spanish writer José Bergamín about landscape painter José María Velasco and José Clemente Orozco [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 735531

  • Divagación en torno al surrealismo
    Gaya, Ramón
    1940
    In this article, Ramón Gaya explains that he was taken aback by the opening of the Exposición Internacional Surrealista [International Surrealist Exhibition] at the Galería de Arte Mexicano (GAM), the gallery run by Inés Amor (1940). It struck [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 759151

  • Exposiciones : la de “Arte” y “Libertad”
    Nelken, Margarita
    1957
    The critic Margarita Nelken analyzes the success of the show organized at Galería Excélsior under the title Arte y Libertad [Art and Freedom] by the Asociación Mexicana por la Libertad de la Cultura. “The key feature of this exhibition is the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 786403

  • La pintura de Antonio Ruiz
    Bergamín, José, 1895-1983
    1943
    José Bergamín believes that the work of Mexican painter Antonio Ruiz possesses a spiritual complexity that communicates the joy the painter feels in the act of creation. Bergamín speaks of the perfection of the artwork, and presents it as romantic [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 735261

  • 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

  • Ofensiva contra Tamayo
    Lizardi Ramos, César
    1951
    Diego Rivera thought the name “Tres Grandes” [The Big Three] was ridiculous. He also did not think that Rufino Tamayo should be included in the “trio” because his work was very different from theirs. Though Rivera considered Tamayo to be a [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 768019