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Name Descriptor: Premio Braque×
  • [Cronología del itinerario de 1968]
    1968
    This chronology begins in January and February of 1968, the starting point of the vanguard artists’ radicalization of that year, with a series of informal discussions about “the possibility of creating a cultural phenomenon” that would be “ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 759873

  • [El Grupo de Plásticos Argentinos de Vanguardia...]
    Escandell, Noemí
    1968
    This early declaration—most likely written when Tucumán Arde [Tucumán Is Burning] was taking shape (early October 1968)—presents some of the basic ideas behind the group’s collective work. First, it denounces General Juan Carlos Onganía’s [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 760062

  • [Frente a los acontecimientos políticos y culturales que tienen...]
    1968
    This declaration presents a series of definitions upon which the Tucumán Arde [Tucumán Is Burning] exhibition was founded. It defines it as “a collective work that, as it employs new channels of communication and expression, empowers the creation [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 760080

  • [Letter] 1968 Junio 18, Castelar [to] Robert Perraud, Consejero Cultural de la Embajada de Francia
    Paksa, Margarita
    1968
    The first artist to condemn the modification to the rules of the 1968 Premio Braque (promoted by the French embassy in Argentina) was Margarita Paksa. She sent a letter to the organizers, dated June 18, in which she, besides resigning her [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 756318

  • [Letter] 1968 Junio 4, Buenos Aires [to] Graciela Carnevale
    Perroud de Poccadaz, Robert
    1968
    This letter of invitation to Rosario artist Graciela Carnevale from the French embassy’s office of Culture and Cooperation in Argentina, touched off a chain reaction from various vanguard artists, both from Buenos Aires and Rosario. They were [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 766335

  • [Nelson Blanco y Carlos Pacheco, ganadores ambos del Premio Braque...]
    Yurkiévich, Saúl, 1931-
    1965
    Poet and essayist Saúl Yurkiévich identifies Nelson Blanco and Carlos Pacheco as two figurative artists who react against Informalism, although he tracks the influence of chromatic geometry in both. For Yurkievich, the dynamics of new painting [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 762759

  • [No aceptamos ningún tipo de tutelaje...]
    FATRAC (Frente Antimperialista de Trabajadores de la Cultura)
    1968
    The document is one of the small flyers that the FATRAC (Frente Antiimperialista de Trabajadores de la Cultura) [Anti-Imperialist Cultural Workers Front] threw into the air during the incidents that occurred during the 1968 Premio Braque award [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 755932

  • [Participé en el premio Braque de dibujo...]
    Ferrari, León, 1920-
    1965
    León Ferrari outlines his involvement in the Braque Drawing Prize and develops several sketches to be sent to the Torcuato Di Tella Institute’s 1965 National and International Prize [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 743798

  • Arte y política
    Verbitsky, Horacio
    1968
    This prescient op-ed takes the events at the 1968 Braque Prize (sponsored by the French embassy in Argentina) as a starting point and uses them to arrive at the conclusion that the finest artwork was the “uproar” that occurred due to the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 766289

  • Artistas contra el imperialismo
    1968
    This short article was published in a medium that rarely paid attention to events in the art milieu. The publication was El Combatiente [The Combatant], an organ of the Partido Revolucionario de los Trabajadores (PRT) [Workers Revolutionary Party]. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 750569

  • Comunicados emitidos ante los sucesos del Premio G. Braque 68
    FATRAC (Frente Antimperialista de Trabajadores de la Cultura)
    1968
    The FATRAC (Frente Antiimperialista de Trabajadores de la Cultura [Culture Workers’ Anti-Imperialist Front]) was the cultural arm of the PRT (Partido Revolucionario de los Trabajadores [Revolutionary Workers Party]), which played an active role in [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 750938

  • Escándalo
    1968
    The incidents during the of the Premio Braque 1968 awards ceremony (brought about by the French embassy in Argentina) were a direct result of the boycott proposed by the artists in reaction to a censorship clause. In this newspaper article, with the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 756482

  • La obra de arte como producto de la relación conciencia ética- conciencia estética : (Intento de fundamentación del temario presentado al “Primer encuentro nacional del arte de vanguardia)
    Renzi, Juan Pablo, 1940-
    1968
    The text presented by Juan Pablo Renzi at the Primer Encuentro Nacional de Arte de Vanguardia [First National Encounter of Vanguard Art] is defined as an “attempt to bring about the grounds for the proposed agenda” and presents a framework for [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 755974

  • Premio Georges Braque 1968 : aclaración
    1968
    This document pertains to the clarification offered by the organizers of the Premio Braque [the Braque Prize], two weeks after the announcement of the competition. It was written the day after a letter by Margarita Paksa had been received, announcing [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 760262

  • Rebelión de los artistas plásticos
    1968
    Política Obrera [Working Class Politics], a Trotskyite faction’s journal, published a lengthy article reporting on the incidents at the opening ceremony of the 1968 Braque Prize by the French Embassy in Argentina. The article suggests that the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 751401

  • Repudio al Premio Braque- organizado por la Embajada Francesa
    1968
    The artists who had called for boycotting the 1968 Premio Braque (promoted by the French embassy in Argentina) stated their condemnation of its censorship in the midst of the awards ceremony, which was carried out in the Museo Nacional de Bellas [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 756305

  • Retrato del jardín de la miseria
    Cousté, Alberto
    1968
    After describing the inauguration of Tucumán Arde [Tucumán is Burning] in Rosario, Cousté goes back to the middle of 1968 in order to point out a series of episodes that can be seen as antecedents of both the subsequent uprising [Tucumán Arde] as [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 761548

  • Se acabó la diversión
    Cousté, Alberto
    1968
    The incidents that took place at the 1968 Braque Prize competition (sponsored by the French embassy in Argentina) raise with great force a series of questions that would have direct consequences for the subsequent declarations of the vanguard [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 766274

  • Se entregaron los premios Georges Braque y hubo algunas manifestaciones de protesta y detenciones
    1968
    This article reports on the awards ceremony for the 1968 Braque Prize (sponsored by the French embassy in Argentina). It was interrupted by the actions of “a group of painters and poets” that were members of the Frente Antiimperialista de [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 761509

  • Siempre es tiempo de no ser cómplices
    Boglione, Osvaldo Mateo
    1968
    This text, dated June 1968, announces the split of the Rosario art vanguard from artistic institutions. This rupture would result a few weeks later with an assault at a conference given by art critic Jorge Romero Brest. At the time, the Braque Prize [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 758534

  • Trabajadores de la cultura
    1968
    CGT, the official weekly journal of the CGT de los Argentinos [the CGT of the Argentine people]?the labor union that opposed the dictatorship of Lieutenant General Juan Carlos Onganía (1966-70)?directed by Rodolfo Walsh, the writer and journalist, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 750408

  • Tucuman Arde
    Gramuglio, María Teresa; Rosa, Nicolás
    1968
    In the Declaration that accompanied the Tucumán Arde [Tucumán is Burning] exhibition, the artists denounce “the hidden truth behind this Operation”: the attempt to destroy the unions and guilds of the northeastern part of Argentina through the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 766316