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  • Llamado al espectador : Top Pop
    Aroztegui, Joaquín, 1943-
    In this text, Joaquín Aroztegui reflects on new tendencies in Uruguayan art, whether in the form of writings or exhibitions, such as happenings, concretism, Op Art, and kinetic art. Those new tendencies are described as new languages born of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1195546

  • Trabalho e linguagem
    Motta, Flávio L. (Flávio Lichtenfels), 1923-
    The professor and architect Flávio Motta thinks that language is the result of the social organization of work, and is recognized as a form of the relationships that arise therein. But the very transformative nature of work can contradict the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111375

  • Arte pobre : gato encaixado
    Motta, Flávio L. (Flávio Lichtenfels), 1923-
    Under the heading of Arte pobre, with its implicit subtext of l’arte povera, Flávio Motta presents a small object he created: Gato encaixado [Embedded Cat, 1973]. This sculpted feline figure is mounted on a little box engraved with a humorous text [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111369

  • Op art y pop art en el Di Tella
    Córdova Iturburu, C. (Cayetano), 1902-
    Critical commentary by Cayetano Córdova Iturburu on the institution and the competition systems that, in his opinion, circulate only one type of artistic production: Pop art. In his judgment, the jury did not even consider the offerings of three [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 762108