Name Descriptor: Grupo Madí×
  • [Le calendrier le rappelle...]
    Kosice, Gyula, 1924-
    1958
    Guyla Kosice’s essay refers to the topical nature and, therefore, the universal quality of “arte madí” [Madí Art]. He explains that Madí art has already spread beyond its original core in Buenos Aires, as he notes in his comments on this [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 743081

  • [Se reconocerá por Arte Madí...]
    1947
    The Madí group expressed a desire to invent and construct objects in the very heart of a society that is capable of releasing energy and controlling both space and time. They also proposed that their ideas could be applied to all artistic [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 732008

  • Más que un movimiento
    Galería Los Independientes (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
    1954
    This article states that Madí has become a style—as can be seen in the drawings, paintings, sculptures, and architecture that are shown in the catalogue—among the plethora of lines and surfaces, liberated planes and colors, articulated [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 743168

  • Mi trayectoria plástica
    Bay, Juan
    1955
    Juan Bay here identifies the periods during which he was producing Planar and Non-Figurative art. He explains that, after he settled in Argentina, he began working in the style of the Madí group in about 1952 [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 742567

  • Originalidad e invención
    Cabrera, Sarandy
    1946
    In this essay, Sarandy Cabrera focuses on modern art’s quest for originality when he criticizes the artists of the Madí group, blaming them for introducing a cold, mathematical, and cerebral kind of art. However,Cabrera also points out that, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 731091

  • Para la historia del arte concreto en la Argentina
    Stábile, Blanca
    1954
    This article outlines the chronological evolution of Argentine concrete art and corrects certain inaccuracies in another of the author’s articles that was published in number 33/34 during the first period of Ver y Estimar [To See and Ponder] [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 742822