Name Descriptor: Butler, Horacio, 1897-×
  • "7 pintores argentinos"
    Rinaldini, Julio
    1935
    Julio Rinaldini criticizes the leaflet with the manifesto of the Seven Artists (Antonio Berni, Lino Enea Spilimbergo, Horacio Butler, Ramón Goméz Cornet, Héctor Basaldúa, Aquiles Badi, and Emilio Pettoruti) who participated in the exhibition at [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 733926

  • 7 pintores argentinos : exposición restrospectiva
    Badi, Aquiles, 1894-1976
    1935
    The checklist of the retrospective exhibition of modern artists at Amigos del Arte [Friends of Art] in 1935. Those who participated, with important works created since the 1920s, were Aquiles Badi, Héctor Basaldúa, Antonio Berni, Horacio Butler, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 733857

  • Artes plásticas
    Noé, Luis Felipe
    1956
    Luis Felipe Noé defines the landscapes that Horacio Butler exhibited at Galería Bonino as a rare example of artistic gravity and balance in Argentine painting. Butler's work resolves the problems of figuration in the visual arts through the initial [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 739799

  • Cada uno en su lugar
    Berni, Antonio, 1905-1981
    1932
    The Argentinean painter Antonio Berni harshly criticizes the artists linked aesthetically to Horacio Butler (the Paris Group as widely known in Argentina) as well as those linked to Atilio Chiappori (Fernando Fader, among others). Berni believes them [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 732982

  • El salón de pintores modernos
    Rinaldini, Julio
    1935
    Julio Rinaldini criticizes the exhibition of modern artists in Amigos del Arte [Friends of Art] and maintains that it conceals a disturbing situation under a pleasant tone: modern painting is not liberty without control, he states. The critic defends [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 767941

  • El XVII Salón anual de Bellas Artes
    Prebisch, Alberto
    1927
    Alberto Prebisch points out that given the quantity of new artists shown each time at the Salón de Primavera [Spring Salon], two sections can be distinguished. The first and most numerous is comprised of works absolutely devoid of aesthetic appeal [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 732268

  • Exposición de pintores argentinos de vanguardia
    1928
    This critique emphasizes the search for Modern art undertaken by the artists at an exhibition mounted at the Asociación de los Amigos del Arte [Friends of Art Association] circa 1930); they were Antonio Berni, Lino Enea Spilimbergo,Horacio Butler [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 763557

  • Los modernos
    1933
    This satirical poem deals with the modern Argentine painters who are defenders of “arte puro” [art for art’s sake]; in other words, any artist who opposed the socially committed art promoted by the Mexican artist, David Alfaro Siqueiros [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 733294

  • Nuevos pintores argentinos
    Torre, Guillermo de, 1900-1971
    1931
    This essay by the Spanish writer Guillermo de Torre presents an interesting comparison between avant-garde literature and painting in Argentina. The writer describes the new painters with precise commentaries on the visual arts, as well as touching [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 767901

  • Salón de Primavera : el eterno fracaso de la crítica
    Chiabra Acosta, Alfredo, 1889-1932
    1926
    In this article dealing with the Salón de Primavera [Spring Salon], Alfredo Chiabra-Acosta explores different aspects of the art field: both the state and the traits of contemporary art criticism, the difference between the modern and the new art [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 748267

  • Una exposición en Amigos del Arte : 7 pintores
    Estarico, Leonardo
    1935
    Leonardo Estarico critiques the seven artists (Antonio Berni, Lino Enea Spilimbergo, Horacio Butler, Ramón Goméz Cornet, Héctor Basaldúa, Aquiles Badi, and Emilio Pettoruti) who exhibited at Amigos del Arte [Friends of Art]. He ponders the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 779621

  • Una singular iniciativa
    Squirru, Rafael, 1925-
    1966
    Rafael Squirru writes about a project for the company Fiat Concord—railcar maker—to incorporate art into its wagons. He maintains that Argentina is experiencing a moment of liberation of creative energies. Squirru is pointing out the importance [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 763662

  • XVII Salón de Primavera
    Chiabra Acosta, Alfredo, 1889-1932
    1927
    This article analyzes the qualities of some of the artists who participated in the XVII Salón de Primavera [17th Spring Salon] (Buenos Aires, 1927); however, before it broaches the matter, the article reflects on the institutionalization of art in [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 748307