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Name Descriptor: Rodríguez Luna, Antonio×
  • [El expresionismo a partir de Kokoschka,...]
    Nelken, Margarita
    1964
    In this book, Margarita Nelken, a Spanish critic based in Mexico, discusses the development of Expressionism in Mexican art. She argues that Mexican Expressionism has a native origin that, with the passage of time, has been enriched by the different [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 748151

  • A. Rodríguez Luna
    Bergamín, José, 1895-1983
    1946
    José Bergamín, the writer in exile and critic, compares poetry with painting as in classical times, and uses the language of poetry to discuss the painting of Antonio Rodríguez Luna. Bergamín refers to Rodríguez Luna’s main theme, which [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 773001

  • De lo vivo a lo pintado : Viaje imaginativo en torno a la pintura del Cordobés Antonio Rodríguez Luna
    Tapia, Daniel
    1947
    By evoking Córdoba, Spain, Antonio Rodríguez Luna’s native city, Daniel Tapia approaches the work of this painter by playing with the terms: “from what is lived to what is painted.” The tragic aspect of living in exile is what his works most [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 759127

  • Divagaciones de un pintor : Antonio Rodríguez Luna
    Gaya, Ramón
    1940
    The art critic and painter Ramón Gaya analyzes the paintings by Antonio Rodríguez Luna and considers him a victim of a failed moment of “modern painting,” in the sense that the latter reneges on his past and believes that ancient art is art [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 756577

  • Galería de Arte de la Librería de Cristal : Exposición Hispano Mexicana
    Varela, Lorenzo
    1940
    In this article, Lorenzo Varela reviews the work of two of the artists who took part in a Hispanic-American exhibition: the Mexican painter Juan Soriano, and Mariano Rodríguez Orgaz, the Spaniard living in exile in Mexico. Focusing his critical eye [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 759141

  • La busca de la plenitud
    1940
    This is a review of an exhibition of paintings by young Spanish artists living in exile in Mexico. It remarks on the group’s preference for depth over variety, in keeping with their vision of pondering deeply all aspects of their lives. Their [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 783769

  • Más guerra que paz
    Gual, Enrique F.
    1963
    The journalist Enrique F. Gual discusses the exhibition presented by the painters of the Nueva Presencia [New Presence] along with other artists who share the Nueva Presencia ideals at the Salón de la Plástica Mexicana [Visual Arts Mexican Salon]. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 747221

  • Motivos críticos : Dos exposiciones, dos artistas
    Guzmán, Salvador R.
    1941
    This article refers to two exhibitions that were sponsored by the Colegio de México about the exiled artists Enrique Climent and Antonio Rodríguez Luna, citing them as examples of two painters who succeeded in centering their spirit. These are two [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 756550

  • Pintura en el destierro : (Salon de la Junta de Cultura Española en mexico.-Dinamarca 80)
    1940
    Based on a visit of the exhibition at the Salón de la Junta de Cultura Española [The Salon of the Board of Spanish Culture] (originally established in Paris in 1939, but later, due to the World War II, relocated to Mexico City), the author reviews [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 756563

  • Salón 61 : una sencilla mujer del norte : ¿Señor, por qué han premiado cuadros tan feos?
    Valdés, Carlos
    1961
    In this article Carlos Valdés writes a short review of the 1961 Salón la Plástica Mexicana [1961 Salon of the Mexican Visual Arts]. He tells the story of a woman who approached him at the exhibition and asked him if he understood why prizes had [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 735951

  • Un eminente crítico de arte habla de la Bienal y de sus premios
    Cardoza y Aragón, Luis
    1958
    Both Jorge Juan Crespo de la Serna and Luis Cardoza y Aragón agreed that the deliberations of the International Jury’s Panel (which had established the parameters for awarding the prizes) for the Bienal Interamericana de Pintura y Grabado [Inter- [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 772188