Name Descriptor: Dávila, Alberto×
  • ¿Hacia dónde va la pintura en el Perú¿? : Primer Salón de Pintura
    Valle, Alejandro Romualdo, 1926-2008
    1955
    The author identifies the principal characteristic of the works shown at the Primer Salón Annual de Pintura Peruana “as a strong and cohesive predilection for objectivity.” Among others, he highlights Alfredo Ruiz Rosas for his “successful [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1138900

  • Artes Plásticas
    Salazar Bondy, Sebastián
    1955
    For the author, the circumstantial dominance of abstract painting at the III Salón Moncloa does not imply the true primacy of that trend within Peru’s painting [scene], although it does reveal how this trend has become (for young artists) an “ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 859662

  • En blanca y negra
    Miró Quesada Garland, Luis
    1955
    The author, Luis Miró Quesada, laments the absence of figurative artists [at the III Salón Moncloa], although he particularly values non-figurative art. He highlights the “fine and delicate pictorial qualities” of the winner of the III Salón [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 859754

  • Humillados y ofendidos
    Pinto, Ismael
    1977
    In these interviews, the author Ismael Pinto said that the decision by the INC (Instituto Nacional de Cultura) to send “arts and crafts” to the Bienal Internacional de São Paulo (1977) was evidence of a discriminatory cultural policy at the INC [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 855252

  • I Salón de Arte Abstracto : Museo de Arte, paseo Colón, Lima, 15 de enero de 1958
    Patronato de las Artes (Perú)
    1958
    This text lists the works of the I Salón de Arte Abstracto held in Lima, Peru in January 1958. The brief prologue states that the exhibition’s mission is to demonstrate how painting in Peru has followed the same “logical” artistic development [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1143441

  • Reportajes
    Moll, Eduardo, 1929-
    1952
    While the interviewee, the painter Alberto Dávila, states that the milieu is one influence on artists, he also regards foreign influences as positive for Latin American creators, as long as they do not dampen the artists’ creativity. Artists are [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 865093