Name Descriptor: Barilari, Enrique×
  • Arte destructivo : Barilari, Kemble, López Anaya, Roiger, Seguí, Torrás, Wells
    Galería Lirolay (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
    1961
    Invitation card for the show Arte Destructivo [Destructive Art]. It is relevant to understand the formal mechanisms of the artistic milieu activated by artists in order to promote the exhibition. Thus exaggerating the show’s radical impact facing [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 741505

  • Artes plásticas
    Noé, Luis Felipe
    1956
    Luis Felipe Noé comments on various shows in Buenos Aires, from which he highlights the work of Leónidas Gambartes, while also classifying the themes of his work: the earth and its mysteries; the image of woman as closer to both the earth and its [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 740072

  • Artistas y exposiciones : la singular exposición de arte destructivo
    Córdova Iturburu, C. (Cayetano), 1902-
    1960
    Cayetano Cordóva Iturburu gives a positive critique of the Destructive art exhibition due to its intelligent organization of the artworks, as well as for the expanded interpretation of art as either life blasted experience or a new poetics [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 741878

  • Destruction is new art form : seven Argentines wreck their way to creativity
    Cox, Robert John, 1933-
    1961
    Robert Cox writes that, in the exhibition Arte Destructivo at Galería Lirolay, the artists have created a smart form of displaying destruction, as the antithesis of creation. He refers to both the sale of the works and the participation of the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 741863

  • Sobre el informalismo
    Squirru, Rafael, 1925-
    1959
    Rafael Squirru discusses the term Informalism, analyzing the concept of form in the scholastic, idealist, and Eastern philosophies. Squirru defines art as the sensible manifestation of innermost states of consciousness. He ponders the mystical [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 741850

  • Sobre el informalismo
    Squirru, Rafael, 1925-
    1959
    Rafael Squirru discusses the term Informalism, analyzing the concept of form in the scholastic, idealist, and oriental philosophies. Squirru defines art as the sensible manifestation of inner states of consciousness. He remits the mystical intuitions [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 741906