Name Descriptor: Torre, Guillermo de, 1900 -1971×
  • ¿Arte abstracto o arte no figurativo? : [¿Agregamos algo a la pintura si decimos arte abstracto o arte no figurativo]
    Martín, Vicente
    1952
    This document relates the response of Uruguayan artist Vicente Martín to the survey regarding abstract or non-figurative art, in which he states that abstract values also exist in representational painting. With regard to the future of painting, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 757649

  • ¿Arte abstracto o arte no figurativo? : [”Arte abstracto” es y no es un término adecuado.”]
    Maldonado, Tomás, 1913-
    1952
    This document relates the response of artist Tomás Maldonado to the survey regarding abstract or non-figurative art, in which he considers the term “abstract” to be both appropriate and inappropriate; it is appropriate when it is used to [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 757530

  • ¿Arte abstracto o arte no figurativo? : [En su minuciosa “Respuesta a Julio E. Payró” publicada en el nº 202]
    Mujica Láinez, Manuel, 1910-
    1952
    Manuel Mujica Láinez replies to the survey on abstract and nonfigurative art, noting his inclination to use the terms “abstract” and “concrete” interchangeably, insofar as the trend does not cease to be what it is because of the label it [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 762983

  • Asunto fundamental
    Méndez, Evar, 1888 -1955
    1927
    Evar Méndez maintains that the “imposition of a foreign intellectual meridian on the Argentines, whose young culture and nascent art just needs time to grow and assert itself until it achieves its own, unique identity […], is ridiculous and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 731342

  • Carta a Guillermo de Torre
    Haber, Abraham
    1953
    Letter published in response to Guillermo de Torre’s articles in the newspaper La Nación [The Nation] between August 31 and September 21, 1952. Taking on the Perceptivist stance, Haber responds to the concepts that de Torre uses to attack non- [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 742834

  • Imperialismo baldio
    Rojas Paz, Pablo, 1896-
    1927
    Pablo Rojas Paz explains that Guillermo de Torre’s proposal is nothing more than a formal protest, imperialist in character; one of many that Latin America has been subjected to periodically, be it by France, North America, or in this case, Spain. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 731332

  • La nueva estética : El movimiento Ultraísta en España
    Ortega, Febronio
    1922
    This is an attempt by Febronio Ortega, a Mexican correspondent in Europe, to define the particular traits of the ultraist movement launched in Spain during the period following the First World War, and spread to America, (mainly Argentina) as a new [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 737723

  • La revista Sur
    Lozza, Raúl
    1951
    In response to the controversy generated over the question of abstract versus nonfigurative art, Raúl Lozza reminds the reader that he has long been of the opinion that the names are not the issue at stake. On this occasion, however, he refers to [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 742715

  • Madí o el arte esencial : en torno a la controversia sobre el arte no-figurativo
    Kosice, Gyula, 1924-
    1951
    This article discusses the differences of opinion regarding abstract and nonfigurative art. It mentions that, although the members of Kosice’s group had originally identified themselves as nonfigurative artists because that seemed to express [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 742696

  • Sobre el meridiano de una gaceta
    Borges, Jorge Luis, 1899-1986
    1927
    Jorge Luis Borges points out the cultural distance that separates the Americas from Madrid, which then makes evident the impossibility of Guillermo de Torre’s proposal. Borges states: “Madrid does not understand us”; he enumerates a list of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 790606