Name Descriptor: Borges, Jorge Luis, 1899-1986×
  • Aguariacuar : la partida
    Jiménez, Maritza, 1956-
    1994
    The journalist Maritza Jiménez reviews the presentation of a book-sculpture that includes prints by Lihie Talmor and poems by the Venezuelan writer Edda Armas. Jiménez describes how the book was conceived and created by Talmor with support from [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1155873

  • Arte, arte puro, arte propaganda
    Córdova Iturburu, C. (Cayetano), 1902-
    1933
    Response of Cayetano Córdova Iturburu to the survey sponsored by the magazine Contra [Against]: “Should art serve social problems?” He challenges the response given by Jorge Luis Borges en Contra, issue 3, stating that it is mere humor and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 763591

  • Comentarios a tres frases de autores célebres : (La celebridad es la conciencia del horror)
    Pellegrini, Aldo
    1956
    In this text, Pellegrini applies a critical point of view to three statements, chosen at random, authored by Jorge Luis Borges, T.S.Eliot, and William Faulkner. In his conclusion Pellegrini notes that, although the analysis of these statements [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 744705

  • Francisco Toledo : A Retrospective of his Graphic Works
    Conde, Teresa del
    1988
    In this text, Teresa del Conde argues that the vast majority of what has been written about Francisco Toledo “ . . . highlights his magical qualities above the structural, compositional and iconographical aspects of his work.” Chronicling and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1075729

  • Genealogia del entre-lugar modernista
    ANTELO, Raúl
    2006
    This essay by Professor Raúl Antelo addresses the issue of place in a theory concerning the marginalizing of Latin American culture, more specifically within South America. This culture has always been viewed through a prism of exclusion and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 808262

  • Latin American visions and revisions
    Goldman, Shifra M., 1926-
    1994
    Art historian Shifra M. Goldman writes with great acuity and depth about the traveling exhibition, Art of the Fantastic: Latin America, 1920–1987, which opened at the Indianapolis Museum of Art in 1987, and subsequently went to the Queens Museum in [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1063953

  • Madrid, meridiano intelectual hispano América
    Olivari, Nicolás, 1900 - 1966
    1927
    Nicolás Olivari puts forward that for them, members of the N. S. [the new sensibility] of Argentina, the young vanguard, Spain does not entail any intellectual interest. In his opinion, it’s not even possible to match the works by the new [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 790623

  • Marta Traba en el limbo
    Silva, Ludovico, 1937-1988
    1965
    Ludovico Silva, who had a philosophy background, refutes the thesis of Marta Traba of a “false apocalypse” when she rationalizes that Latin American artists were simulating hardships alien to their reality. According to Silva, the idea of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 799323

  • O entre-lugar do discurso latino-americano
    Silviano Santiago
    1978
    Through comparative analysis, Silviano Santiago examines the “place” of literary discourse in Latin America. He describes a process of “acculturation” that began in the colonial era and has left the trace of “defamiliarization.” [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 807968

  • Os paraísos vulneráveis de León Ferrari
    Teixeira Coelho
    1983
    The Brazilian critic reviews Ferrari’s work in terms of the period, exploring the concept of time and the labyrinth in an obvious comparison to the work of the writer Jorge Luis Borges [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 744221

  • Por mi parte, punto final
    Traba, Marta
    1965
    In this article Marta Traba takes the thoughts expressed by her opponents in their ongoing debate—in particular those by J. R. Guillent Pérez—and distills them down to what she considers to be the focal point of the controversy, which is her [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 799411