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  • A verdade mente
    Pedrosa, Adriano
    1999
    Adriano Pedrosa wrote this text on Iran do Espírito Santo’s work for the 1999 edition of the Biennale di Venezia. Pedrosa asserts that any perception of “the real” depends on the language used to express it. That is evident in do Espírito [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111269

  • Amanhã hoje : Casa triângulo de 1988 a 1995
    Ribeiro, Maria Izabel M. Reis Branco; Chiarelli, Tadeu, 1956-
    1995
    This is the catalogue for the exhibition commemorating the fifteenth anniversary of the Casa Triângulo. Organized by Maria Izabel Branco Ribeiro, the exhibition presented the history of the gallery during that time, introducing those young artists [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111344

  • América y el nihilismo : Respuesta a Marta Traba
    Guillent Pérez, J. R.
    1965
    In this article, J. R. Guillent Pérez confronts what he considers to be Marta Traba’s “attitude of disdain,” in her use of the term “apocalypse” in a negative sense; in doing so he makes use of philosophical sources, such as L’être et [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 799193

  • Arte da América Latina : questionamentos sobre a discriminação
    Amaral, Aracy A., 1930-
    2006
    The author of this article, Aracy Amaral, discusses the comment she made concerning exhibitions of “Latin American art” in the United States, explaining that this is an absurd description because there is no artistic school involved, much less a [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 776879

  • Arte em órbita
    Rosenberg, Harold
    1967
    In 1961, the magazine ARTnews sent critic Harold Rosenberg to São Paulo to cover the opening of the VI São Paulo Biennial, which had been postponed due to the sudden resignation of Brazilian President Jânio Quadros a few months earlier. In this [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111186

  • Atrás da tradição
    Naves, Rodrigo, 1955-
    2000
    The author of this article, Rodrigo Naves, explains that Ronaldo Brito’s essay presents an overview of a movement that was representative of contemporary Brazilian art. Naves also suggests that Brito’s critique attempts to understand works that [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111308

  • Bodywise
    Basualdo, Carlos, 1964-
    1995
    In this essay featured in the catalogue for the exhibition Art from Brazil in New York, critic and curator Carlos Basualdo, who was born in Rosario, Argentina, argues that Brazilian art has made a threefold contribution in terms of the following [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110985

  • Brasil na América Latina : uma pluralidade de culturas
    Amaral, Aracy A., 1930-
    1997
    Aracy Amaral comments in this essay on the term “Latin American” as an aesthetic category, which would suggest being identified as something different and also the need to search for universal values. This would be one of the paths: the denial of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 776834

  • Brazil : origins and breakthroughs of contemporary art
    Herkenhoff, Paulo
    1995
    Critic and curator Paulo Herkenhoff presents Brazilian art in the context of the exhibition Art from Brazil in New York, held in 1995. Herkenhoff argues that Brazilian culture has deep roots in “anthropophagia” and that its vast miscegenation has [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110994

  • Charlas literarias : los conceptos de Luis Vidales sobre la actual cultura de Europa : las orientaciones de la juventud de la post-guerra : el panorama intelectual de Colombia : los nuevos
    1929
    In this interview, Colombian writer and critic Luis Vidales provides an overview of European cultural thought of the late 1920s. First, he discusses the debate between nationalism and internationalism in the sphere of culture in order to flesh out [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1080192

  • Educación : Tiempos de Renovación
    Molina, Enrique
    1923
    In this article, Enrique Molina, President of the Universidad de Concepción in Chile, compares the negative impact of World War I with the educational reconstruction undertaken by José Vasconcelos in Mexico, which he refers to as a time of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 754089

  • El arte latinoamericano : un falso apocalipsis
    Traba, Marta
    1965
    Marta Traba argues in her paper that in the last five years, Latin American art “has suffered from a visible process of depersonalization” and “mimesis.” She points out the principal causes of the phenomenon, among them: artists who move [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 799377

  • El artista como payaso
    Rama, Ángel, 1926-1983
    1973
    The synopsis and annotations in English are coming soon [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1244987

  • El falso apocalipsis del arte latinoamericano
    Guillent Pérez, J. R.
    1965
    Making use of his philosophical background, J. R. Guillent Pérez critically analyzes the article by Marta Traba published in Caracas under the title “El arte latinoamericano: un falso apocalipsis.” In his judgment, Traba has not understood the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 799219

  • Exorcizando o "Exoticado"
    Machado, Milton, 1947-
    1996
    Artist Milton Machado discusses the response abroad, specifically in England, to the group show Continuum Brazilian Art 1960s–1990s, held in Essex in 1995. Machado comments on the appeal of a certain “exoticism” attributed to [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110990

  • Guy Brett : arte brasileira sem folclore
    Doctors, Marcio
    1989
    In this document, Brazilian art critic Márcio Doctors gathers Guy Brett’s testimony on the fundamental role of Brazilian artists in London, specifically, in the space opened by the Whitechapel Gallery in the late 1960s. The article addresses the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110958

  • Introduction
    Cid Ferreira, Edemar
    2001
    In this introduction to the catalogue for the (2001) exhibition Côte à Côte: art contemporain du Brésil [Side by Side: Contemporary Art in Brazil], Edemar Cid Ferreira states his conviction that art is a key product for commercial trade between [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111215

  • La puesta en escena internacional del arte latinoamericano: Montaje, representación.
    Richard, Nelly, 1948-
    1994
    The essay “La puesta en escena internacional del arte latinoamericano: montaje, representaciones” [The International Staging of Latin American Art: Assembly, Presentations], by the French-Chilean cultural critic Nelly Richard, is in the archives [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 755084

  • La visita positiva
    Erminy, Perán
    1965
    In this article, critic Perán Erminy takes stock of Marta Traba’s controversial visit to Caracas in 1965, arriving at the conclusion that the resulting debate was “extremely positive.” As a Venezuelan, Erminy maintains a favorable view of her [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 799445

  • Manifesto do III Salão de Maio
    Carvalho, Flávio de
    1939
    The manifesto shown here uses the term “aesthetic revolution” to refer to the steady discarding of perception (specifically visual) in modern art, and on the other hand, to the resulting development of the “psychological and mental perception [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 781014

  • Marcatonio Vilaça; Senhor do Engenho
    Herkenhoff, Paulo; Moraes, Angélica de
    2002
    This book is about the works of art assembled by the collector and gallery owner Marcantonio Vilaça, an important promoter of contemporary Brazilian art in the international market in the 1990s. The book includes essays by Paulo Herkenhoff, Angé [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111319

  • Marta Traba en el limbo
    Silva, Ludovico, 1937-1988
    1965
    Ludovico Silva, who had a philosophy background, refutes the thesis of Marta Traba of a “false apocalypse” when she rationalizes that Latin American artists were simulating hardships alien to their reality. According to Silva, the idea of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 799323

  • Politica cultural : porque os Estados Unidos se interessariam pela arte latino- americana?
    Amaral, Aracy A., 1930-
    1979
    This article discusses the scant interest shown in Latin American art by North American museums, particularly MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) in New York. The art critic Aracy A. Amaral highlights the scarcity of exhibitions and mentions the declining [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 776487

  • Por mi parte, punto final
    Traba, Marta
    1965
    In this article Marta Traba takes the thoughts expressed by her opponents in their ongoing debate—in particular those by J. R. Guillent Pérez—and distills them down to what she considers to be the focal point of the controversy, which is her [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 799411

  • Problemas atuais da arte brasileira: o moderno e o contemporâneo
    Salzstein, Sônia
    1996
    This text by Sônia Salzstein is an analysis of the changes in the appearance of Brazilian art starting in the 1950s. She believes that the cultural modernization launched in that decade had a utopian dimension, which lost ground to an [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111339

  • Situações limite
    Venancio Filho, Paulo
    2001
    This text by art critic Paulo Venâncio Filho, written for the joint 1989 exhibition of Tunga (1952–2016) and Cildo Meireles held in Belgium, addresses the vision of Brazilian art within Brazil and from abroad, among other matters. Venâncio [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110974

  • Uma cronologia de encontros, 1964-2005
    Brett, Guy
    2005
    British critic Guy Brett sets forth an approximate chronology of his personal contact with Brazilian art between the 1964 and 2005, and considers the importance of that contact with Brazilian creators. During the earlier years, his contacts were with [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111303