Name Descriptor: Guillent Pérez, J. R.×
  • Ay de los intelectuales que están en el limbo!
    Traba, Marta
    1965
    In response to J. R. Guillent Pérez, art critic Marta Traba defines the term “apocalypse”—used by her in an article that unleashed a great controversy in Caracas—as the chaos and dissolution of existing social structures, as well as the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 799428

  • Carta a Guillent Pérez, a propósito de limbos y apocalipsis
    Otero, Alejandro, 1921-1990
    1965
    Open letter to Philosophy Graduate J. R. Guillent Pérez. In this letter the artist Alejandro Otero highlights his differences on the ideas of Marta Traba, which had already been questioned by the addressee. Otero, openly in opposition to Traba, felt [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 798998

  • 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

  • No me retiro
    Traba, Marta
    1965
    In this article, written after the final debate at the Ateneo in Caracas, Marta Traba reviews the controversy that was unleashed by her ideas in 1965. She comes to the conclusion that there was no controversy, just an ongoing rebelliousness, as shown [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 799360

  • 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

  • Rigor y autenticidad
    Guevara, Roberto, 1932-1998
    1965
    In this article, the critic Roberto Guevara harshly rebuts the theses of Marta Traba, who argued in the mid-1960s that Latin American art had been “depersonalized” and contaminated by the “mimicry” of international art. Guevara, who felt the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 799462