Name Descriptor: Laren, Benito×
  • Arte Guarango para la Argentina de Menem
    Restany, Pierre
    1995
    The question asked by French art critic Pierre Restany in this article is this: how is the political and general cultural context of the 1990s, characterized by the double presidential mandate of Carlos Saúl Menem, related to artistic productions? [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 769571

  • El absurdo y la ficción en una notable muestra
    López Anaya, Jorge
    1992
    The article reviews the exhibition by artists Jorge Gumier-Maier, Benito Laren, Omar Schiliro, and Alfredo Londaibere in the Espacio Giesso, which took place in August 1992. Besides briefly describing the works of each of the artists, it makes a [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 768308

  • El Rojas
    Gumier Maier, Jorge, 1953-
    1994
    The text narrates, as it explains, how the Galería del Centro Cultural Ricardo Rojas was born; the main traits of the works and artists that it housed; the support and enthusiasm received from the first moments by already acclaimed artists such as [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 768212

  • Gumier Maier, Alfredo Londaibere, Benito Laren, Omar Schiliro
    1992
    This is the invitation card from the exhibition by Jorge Gumier-Maier, Alfredo Londaibere, Benito Laren, and Omar Schiliro at Espacio Giesso [Giesso Space] (from July 22 to August 2, 1992 [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 770046

  • Quien quiera ver, que vea : Rojas en Recoleta
    Lebenglik, Fabián
    1992
    The article reviews the exhibition El Rojas presenta: Algunos Artistas [The Rojas presents: Some Artists] (Buenos Aires: Centro Cultural Recoleta, from August 26 to September 6, 1992).   He describes the Galería del Centro Cultural Ricardo Rojas [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 764344

  • San Benito en San Nicolás : alucinados
    Lebenglik, Fabián
    1991
    Following the recent Benito Laren exhibition at the Centro Cultural Ricardo Rojas (Buenos Aires), the articles mentions the “discovery” of this “young” artist” that is “completely removed from the local art milieu.” Lebenglick mentions [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 764400