ICAA Researcher: María C. Gaztambide×
  • Arte nuevo
    Casanovas, Martí, 1894-1966
    1927
    In this lecture, Martí Casanovas distinguishes the activities of the group of artists in the exhibition 1927 from those of other contemporary progressives by arguing that their art seeks to convey humanistic and collective meanings to a broad and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 832040

  • Chicano art
    Goldman, Shifra M., 1926-
    1974
    In this essay, Shifra Goldman defines Chicano art as the expression of the historical conditions of what she calls the “double-mestizaje” [double-intermingling] of Chicano experience. Beginning with a consideration of the unresolved question of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1061662

  • Indagación: ¿qué debe ser el arte americano?
    Enríquez, Carlos
    1929
    In this text, Carlos Enríquez responds to the question that the editors of revista de avance posed to their readers: “What should American art be?” He specifically addresses each of the four sub-questions grouped under this larger question. In [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 832163

  • Indagación: ¿qué debe ser el arte americano?
    Ramos, José Antonio, 1885-1946
    1929
    In this text, José Antonio Ramos responds to the question that the editors of revista de avance posed to their readers: “What should American art be?” Ramos begins by taking issue with the question itself, arguing that there should be no [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 832276

  • La nostalgia de la historia en el proceso de la imaginación plástica en América Latina
    Noé, Luis Felipe
    1982
    In this text, Luis Felipe Noé explains his theory that the shared impulse that defines Latin American painting is its preoccupation with “inventing history.” He argues that this impulse is a direct result of Latin American artists’ experience [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1061890

  • Prefacio
    Bayón, Damián
    1984
    In this text, Damián Bayón introduces a collection of essays on Latin American art with a broad overview of what he argues are the most critical issues when considering the historical and contemporary art of the region as a whole. He begins by [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1061874

  • Why a Latin American Art?
    Eder, Rita
    1979
    In this text, Rita Eder argues that it is worth considering how Latin American art can distinguish itself from European art, and that it has done this at several points in its history by developing radical ways to integrate art into society. Eder [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1061782