Topic Descriptor: New Realist (post-1945 style)×
  • De lo abstracto a lo real
    Berni, Antonio, 1905-1981
    1951
    Antonio Berni writes about developments in modern art and of formalism in art. He analyzes the artists who adhere to Nuevo Realismo [New Realism] and discusses the meaning of that movement [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 794394

  • En blanca y negra
    Miró Quesada Garland, Luis
    1955
    The writer Luis Miró Quesada Garland considers it wrong to brand any painting as either “Neo-Realist” or “Social Realist” based on a subjective interpretation of reality, with idealized figures and/or deformation as (a) technique(s). The [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1150360

  • Hablan los artistas argentinos
    Berni, Antonio, 1905-1981
    1945
    Antonio Berni chronicles the various points of view that were expressed during the exhibition of visual arts organized by Latidud [Latitude] magazine in the city of Mar del Plata in 1945. Berni’s comments range from the artistic to the political [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 776975

  • La crítica del arte como pretexto literario o el monóculo del Artepurismo de París en México : A propósito del dilema : formalismo o nuevo realismo en el arte de la pintura
    Siqueiros, David Alfaro
    1948
    David Alfaro Siqueiros describes and simultaneously defines the four positions or trends in the visual arts existing in the world. He wonders if the theoretical proposals coincide with the work of art, and chooses to explain only two: the non-realism [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 733030

  • Realismo : "musa da vingança e da tristeza"
    Cordeiro, Waldemar, 1925-1973
    1965
    Concrete artist and art theorist Waldemar Cordeiro comments on the emergence of new forms of realism in modern art, specifically in Pop art and New Realism, and a more personal strain of art called “popcreta.” Cordeiro considers the gains of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110839

  • Siqueiros gana el primer premio en la exposición de Venecia
    Palencia Alvarez Tubau, Ceferino
    1950
    The Mexican paintings included at the Venice Biennale generated such unanimous excitement among the critics and the European public that a request was immediately submitted to the Venice board of directors and the director of the exhibition to ship [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 779563