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  • [1. Ey, principal...]
    Dittborn, Eugenio, 1943-
    1981
    Eugenio Dittborn published a poetic-visual creation in La Separata: a text illustrated with a photograph taken by Carlos Gallardo. Dittborn’s poetic prose is based on three points whose sequence produces a similar structure. It begins with & [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 731861

  • Caja de herramientas
    Dittborn, Eugenio, 1943-
    2005
    In this short text, Eugenio Dittborn offers a brief, poetic description of the formal processes that provide him with the images he uses in his works. He highlights the typology of the selected images (photographs of public contemporary life) and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 732125

  • Correcaminos
    Dittborn, Eugenio, 1943-
    1985
    In this essay Eugenio Dittborn writes about his Pinturas aeropostales [Airmail Paintings], discussing them in poetic terms laid out in 13 sections in which he describes how they were put together and how they were supposed to function. He explains [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 735214

  • Cuatro alcances
    Dittborn, Eugenio, 1943-
    1987
    Eugenio Dittborn discusses Nelly Richard’s book, Margins and Institutions. Art in Chile Since 1973 (1986), condensing his review into four brief comments. The first considers the text as a “lengthy written work,” which contributes [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 738646

  • Eugenio Dittborn a Gonzalo Muñoz : a propósito de la 'Historia sentimental de la pintura chilena' de Gonzalo Díaz
    Muñoz, Gonzalo, 1956-; Dittborn, Eugenio, 1943-
    1982
    The document "Eugenio Dittborn y Gonzalo Muñoz: a propósito de la Historia sentimental de la pintura chilena de Gonzalo Díaz" (Eugenio Dittborn and Gonzalo Muñoz: On the Subject of the Sentimental History of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 731931

  • latortiilla correDoraaaaaah, catorce tumbos
    Dittborn, Eugenio, 1943-
    1976
    In this fourteen-point manifesto, Eugenio Dittborn outlines his ideas about drawing. He identifies to whom the artist is indebted when he is drawing, referring to himself (“the author owes his drawings to…”) and explains what [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 748842