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  • ICAA Record ID
    732008
    TITLE
    [Se reconocerá por Arte Madí...]
    IN
    Madí : Nemsor No. 0 Del Movimiento Madí Universal (Buenos Aires, Argentina). -- No. 0  (1947)
    DESCRIPTION
    ill.
    LANGUAGES
    Spanish
    TYPE AND GENRE
    Journal article – Manifestoes
    BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
    Kosice, Gyula, Rhod Rothfuss, Arden Quin [et. al.]. "Se reconocerá por Arte Madí." Madí: Nemsor No. 0 Del Movimiento Madí Universal (Arte Madí Universal), no. 0 (1947): 1–2.


     
Synopsis

The Madí group expressed a desire to invent and construct objects in the very heart of a society that is capable of releasing energy and controlling both space and time. They also proposed that their ideas could be applied to all artistic disciplines.

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Synopsis

O grupo Madí deixa patente o seu desejo de inventar e construir objetos no seio de uma sociedade capaz de extravasar energia, dominando o seu espaço e o seu tempo. É assim que os postulados do movimento para cada uma das disciplinas artísticas vão sendo traçados.

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Annotations

Arte Madí Universal magazine was published from 1947 until June 1954. Gyula Kosice (1924–2016) was the Editor, and was assisted by: Rhod Rothfuss, Diyi Laañ, H.-J. Koellreutter, Masami Kuni, Valdo Wellington, Alberto Sartorio, Alberto Hidalgo, and M. G. de la Fuente, among many others. The School’s Manifesto appeared in the first issue of the magazine. This particular article has been chosen because it shows that the vanguardists of the time were keen to disseminate the Madí group’s program by means of manifestos and pamphlets. Since the authorship of this document has been disputed by Carmelo Arden Quin, it is important to note that this is the version that was published in the first issue of the Madí magazine.

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Annotations

A revista Arte Madí Universal foi editada entre 1947 e junho de 1954. O seu diretor foi Gyula Kosice (1924–2016) e seus colaboradores foram Rhod Rothfuss, Diyi Laañ, H. Koellreutter, Masami Kuni, Valdo Wellington, Alberto Sartorio, Alberto Hidalgo, M. G. de la Fuente, entre muitos outros. O Manifiesto de la Escuela foi publicado no primeiro número.

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Researcher
Cristina Rossi
Team
Fundación Espigas, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Credit
Reproduced with permission of Gyula Kosice, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Location
Biblioteca Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes.