Name Descriptor: Lublin, Lea, 1929-×
  • [Letter] 1964 Abril 9, Roma [to] León [Ferrari]
    Alberti, Rafael, 1902-1999
    1964
    Rafael Alberti discusses the proofs of the drawings for Escrito en el aire [Written in the Air] as well as other matters concerning the publication of the book. He mentions Ferrari’s exhibition at the Lirolay Gallery (April 1 – 15, 1964), and his [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 743767

  • Bestias y explosiones de Lea Lublin
    Pellegrini, Aldo
    1963
    This introductory text for Lea Lublin’s work emphasizes that the formal and informal universes are contrasted in her paintings, as are violence and lyricism in order to reflect the panic of a world populated by monsters and threatened by [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 745062

  • De la rebelión a lo posible
    Glusberg, Jorge
    1968
    Jorge Glusberg writes that today’s artist brings forth “meta-creations,” on one side, and on the other, that his attitude must be of rebellion against society. He explains Lea Lublin’s previous works of art side by side her current ones, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 762935

  • La lectura del sistema
    Agrest, Diana; Gandelsonas, Mario, 1938-
    1970
    Architects and theoreticians Diana Agrest and Mario Gandelsonas assert that the work of conceptual Argentinean artist Lea Lublin is a reflection in a practical state, since it unravels the mechanisms ruling the production of images in the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 766896

  • Proceso a la imagen III : fluvio subtunal : Instituto Di Tella - ALPI. Santa Fe, 1969
    Lublin, Lea, 1929-
    1970
    The Argentinean conceptual artist Lea Lublin describes her work Fluvio Subtunal [Sub-Tunnel Flow] (1969), created from a concept stemming from the opposition between nature and technology. The work consists of a walkthrough through nine zones of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 766873

  • Una arquitectura de la información
    Restany, Pierre
    1970
    Pierre Restany writes that Lea Lublin’s work Fluvio Subtunal [Sub-Tunnel Flow] (1969) is a systematic work about the structures of psycho-sensorial communication. Restany explains the development of Lublin’s production as a research into visual [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 766884