Name Descriptor: Galería Van Riel (Buenos Aires, Argentina)×
  • Argentina's band of the damned
    Kemble, Kenneth, 1923-
    1961
    Kenneth Kemble writes about Luis Alberto Wells and Rubén Santantonín and considers them to be artistas malditos [“maudit”] artists presenting an innovative art; although, it was difficult for the public attending at Galería Lirolay to digest [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 741097

  • Arte abstracto, concreto, no figurativo
    Bayón, Damián
    1948
    This is a critical essay that discusses Nuevas Realidades. Arte Abstracto, concreto, no figurativo [New Realities. Abstract, Concrete, Non-Figurative Art], the exhibition that was presented at the Galería Van Riel September 12-25, 1948. The [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 742367

  • Arte nuevo y movimiento informalista
    Parpagnoli, Hugo
    1959
    Hugo Parpagnoli ponders both the Fifth Annual Exhibition of New Art at Galería Van Riel and the Informal Art trend show at Museo Sívori; both of which demonstrate how Informal art painting has captivated the new generation. Parpagnoli describes [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 741694

  • Artes Plásticas
    Noé, Luis Felipe
    1956
    Luis Felipe Noé states that the modest work of Primaldo Mónaco is the proper preservation of childlike grace. In another part of his article, he comments on the work of Chilean sculptor Lorenzo Domínguez who exhibited his illustrations of Don [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 739818

  • Artes plásticas
    Noé, Luis Felipe
    1956
    Luis Felipe Noé analyzes the work Novoa exhibited at Van Riel, beginning with its form, as planes contained within lines. He later asserts Novoa’s work is determined by two worlds: the natural world and the world of the gesticulating human being. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 740019

  • Artistas no figurativos
    Stábile, Blanca
    1949
    In this article, Blanca Stábile reviews the exhibitions of nonfigurative art at the Galería Van Riel. She reports that, other than the works produced by artists of the Madí or Vainstein trends, the bulk of the exhibitions are inspired by [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 742309

  • Disheartening show, but the names are familiar : critics are not being fair to youth
    Kemble, Kenneth, 1923-
    1960
    Kenneth Kemble writes about the exhibition at Galería Van Riel on Argentinean art over the last thirty years. Since all the artworks stem from European art, Kemble does not consider any to be exceptional. He compares the exhibition to the irreverent [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 740902

  • Informalismo
    Baliari, Eduardo
    1959
    In his unfavorable review of an exhibition at the Galería Van Riel, Argentine art critic Eduardo Baliari argues that abstract art has yet to find a language of its own capable of providing “absolute freedom.” Baliari deems Informalism a form of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 825848

  • León Ferrari : metal y madera
    Ferrari, León, 1920-
    1961
    Exhibition catalogue of the artist León Ferrari at Galeria Van Riel, in Buenos Aires. It presents wood carving and wire sculptures. The catalogue includes a checklist [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 744175

  • Nuevas realidades : notas
    Bayley, Edgar
    1948
    A review of Salón Nuevas Realidades, the exhibition held at the Van Riel Gallery in Buenos Aires that juxtaposed in the same area both concrete and abstract art—the latter with a prone to intuition. In this article, Bayley highlights the number of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 730488

  • Pintura informal
    Parpagnoli, Hugo
    1959
    Hugo Parpagnoli wrote about the exhibitions of Informalist painting in Buenos Aires, defining Informalism as an irrational attitude. On the other hand, the author explained how the viewer must behave while facing this new approach to painting [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 741681

  • Por las galerías de arte : ¿Nuevas orientaciones en la pintura no figurativa?
    García Martínez, José A.
    1956
    This article discusses the emergence of new groups of nonfigurative artists. It mentions three distinct strains: the independent artists, the Concrete artists, and the Madís. All three were represented in the Primer Salón de Arte no Figurativo [ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 819329

  • Primitive art comes into the open
    Kemble, Kenneth, 1923-
    1960
    Kenneth Kemble mentions the Museo Etnográfico, because of an exhibition of primitive Latin American art at the Wildenstein Gallery. He emphasizes the formalist values of the Araucanian carvings and the ceramics. Moreover, he reviews the Spanish [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 740792