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Name Descriptor: Rodó, José Enrique, 1871-1917×
  • [Letter] 1915 Diciembre 1, Terrasa, España [to] José Enrique Rodó
    Torres-García, Joaquín
    1915
    In this letter to the writer José Enrique Rodó, Joaquín Torres García discusses the affinity they share for the Greco-Latin tradition, and expresses his wish to be in touch with contemporary Uruguayan art because, though living in Spain at the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1247404

  • [Letter] 1916 Junio 1, Terrasa, España [to] José Enrique Rodó
    Torres-García, Joaquín
    1916
    This letter from Joaquín Torres García to his Uruguayan compatriot, the renowned writer José Enrique Rodó, suggests that both men agreed on the need to encourage the emerging art in their country by exposing young Uruguayan artists to what was [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1247430

  • [Letter] 1916 Marzo 15 [to] José Enrique Rodó
    Torres-García, Joaquín
    1916
    In this letter, Joaquín Torres-García declares his intention to promote contemporary Uruguayan art to European audiences. The objective is to create a program designed to provide scholarships or grants from the Uruguayan government for [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1247461

  • América y nosotros
    Achury Valenzuela, Darío
    1930
    In this article, commentator Darío Achury Valenzuela reflects on the state of relations between the Americas and Europe in the early thirties, on one hand, and between Colombia and the rest of the continent, on the other. The author begins with a [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1074736

  • Américas desavenidas
    Picón-Salas, Mariano, 1901-1965
    1952
    Critic Mariano Picón-Salas interprets the model proposed by José Enrique Rodó in Ariel (1900) as a symbol of the antagonism between Latin America and the United States. This opposition, caused by the imperialist thirst of the United States and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 815716

  • Ariel, evangelio de humanismo americano
    Beltrán Guerrero, Luis, 1914-1997
    1952
    Luis Beltrán Guerrero, in his re-reading of the famous book from 1900 by José Enrique Rodó, Ariel, diminishes the importance of its criticism of “yanqui” (Yankee) culture, given that in his judgment, the Uruguayan philosopher could not [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 850156

  • Cultura en el orden internacional
    Oribe, Emilio, 1893-1975
    1939
    In the early twentieth century, Europe—which had, until that time, been Latin America’s cultural referent par excellence—was deeply immersed in a devastating socio-economic crisis brought about as a result of the First World War. Fascism and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1223996

  • Why a Latin American Art?
    Eder, Rita
    1979
    In this text, Rita Eder argues that it is worth considering how Latin American art can distinguish itself from European art, and that it has done this at several points in its history by developing radical ways to integrate art into society. Eder [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1061782