Name Descriptor: Bracho, Carlos×
  • La primera Exposición de los Grupos de “acción de arte”
    Perez Mendoza, Efraín
    According to Efraín Pérez Mendoza, the Grupos de “Acción de Arte” [Art Action Groups] exhibition is one of the most interesting, complete and “most tormented that has been mounted by Mexican artists,” because the works express the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 774133

  • Notas artísticas : el fracaso de la Exposición de Independientes
    Ortega, Febronio
    The “independents” exhibition was born out of an effort by artists to promote an art market and maintain control of it, christened in the same manner as the Parisian avant-garde. That first show in November 1922—by Grupos de Acción de Arte [ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 774095

  • Las esculturas judías de Carlos Bracho
    The anonymous author of this article discusses the work of the sculptor Carlos Bracho, who was living in Paris. He finds Bracho’s works to be “reminiscent of native works of the New World.” His sculptures—carved in wood, stone, or bronze— [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 773422

  • Los nuevos pintores veracruzanos
    Ortega, Febronio
    In “Los nuevos pintores veracruzanos” [The new painters of Veracruz], Ortega makes a collage about what artists happen to be painting or sculpting at the Escuela Nacional Preparatoria (ENP) and the Academy. He mentions the most representative [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 755427

  • Pinturas proletarias en la Escuela Madero
    This brief article reports on the Centro de Experimentación Socialista [Center for Socialist Experimentation], which was attended by proletarian children in Mexico during the presidency of Lázaro Cárdenas. With the pedagogical goal of achieving a [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 749050

  • Papel de la Escuela al Aire Libre
    Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957
    In 1945 Diego Rivera wrote an article in which he looked back approvingly at the Open-Air Schools that were founded in the 1920s. He disagrees with David Alfaro Siqueiros (who attended one of them), and José Clemente Orozco, who spoke disdainfully [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 734263