Creator: Larnaudie, Olga×
  • Mirar desde Latinoamérica. Diálogo con Juan Acha, teórico de arte
    Caffera, Carlos, 1931-2010; Larnaudie, Olga; Torres, Alfredo, 1941-2018
    This document is an interview with Peruvian critic and theorist Juan Acha, who lived in Mexico. It sheds light on the uncertainties and concerns facing “art in Latin America” from the perspective of Uruguay and the countries of the Southern Cone [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1246077

  • Un memorial para América Latina : Clemente Padín en E.E.U.U.
    Larnaudie, Olga
    This essay is about an invitation that was extended to Clemente Padín by the Yellow Springs Institute (USA) to perform at the gathering of Latin American artists held in October of 1989, resulting from information on the event. The artist, in an [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1242169

  • Reflexiones en torno a la supuesta crisis de las artes plásticas
    Larnaudie, Olga
    In this document, the art critic and historian Olga Larnaudie discusses the art that Uruguayan artists were making in the early 1980s. The author looks at long term processes, basing her views on the writings of the Argentinean writer and critic Aldo [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1185539

  • Unas pocas reflexiones y muchas interrogantes en torno a las Artes plásticas en el Uruguay de los últimos años.
    Larnaudie, Olga
    Drawing on the perspective gained from her association with the CGM (Club de Grabado de Montevideo), Olga Larnaudie describes the general dissatisfaction and sense of crisis she sees in the visual arts community in Uruguay. She was writing in the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1185426