Name Descriptor: Bill, Max×
  • Resposta a Cordeiro
    Gullar, Ferreira, 1930-
    Ferreira Gullar uses his newspaper column to reply to an article that appeared in the Correio da Manhã in which Waldemar Cordeiro challenged his review of an exhibition of works by Concrete artists from São Paulo at the MAM-RJ (Museu de [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1315118

  • Arte neoconcreta, uma contribuição brasileira
    Gullar, Ferreira, 1930-
    In this essay, Ferreira Gullar offers a “panoramic view” of the developments and theoretical tenets of Neoconcrete art in Brazil. As in other essays [see in the ICAA digital archive “Da arte concreta à arte neoconcreta” (1315036)], Gullar [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1315052

  • Arte Concreta
    Gullar, Ferreira, 1930-
    In this essay, Ferreira Gullar challenges the position taken by Rio de Janeiro’s so-called neo-Concrete artists in his account of the two movements’ shared history and disagreements. In his opinion, the genesis of Brazilian Concrete art [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1315020

  • A arquitetura é a grande arte de nosso tempo —1948 : Romero Brest em São Paulo
    Romero Brest, Jorge
    This text includes a few excerpts from the six lectures that Jorge Romero Brest gave in São Paulo in 1948. At that time, Romero Brest held an academic position at the Universidad de Montevideo and was the director of the magazine Ver y estimar [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1314972

  • Gego : desafiando estructuras
    Amor, Monica
    In this article, Venezuelan critic and professor Mónica Amor refutes the constructivist and organicist approach that has been used to understand Gego’s work. That approach, she claims, does not address the way Gego’s production undermines [ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1156347

  • Max Bill e a arquitetura brasileira vistos por Lucio Costa : oportunidade perdida
    Costa, Lúcio
    Lúcio Costa discusses Max Bill’s lecture, the text of which was published in Habitat magazine. It was a controversial article that prompted a great deal of discussion at the time. Costa highlights the differences he sees in modern Brazilian [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110331

  • O testamento tripartido de Max Bill
    Corona, Eduardo, 1921-
    As a complement to the lecture offered by Max Bill (in June 1953 and published shortly thereafter in the magazine HABITAT), Eduardo Coronado offers a defense of Brazilian architecture. He refers to the Swiss architect’s presumption to express a “ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110330

  • El pensamiento matemático en el arte de nuestro tiempo
    Bill, Max
    In this essay, Max Bill analyzes the evolutionary potential of painting-sculpture in the wake of the accomplishments achieved by earlier artists. He places his trust in an art that, underpinned by a broad mathematical base, would not produce a “ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 743007

  • II. Piet Mondrian
    Bayón, Damián
    In this document Damián Bayón analyzes the different periods of the work and thought of Piet Mondrian. He believes that in his search for balance, this Dutch artist adopted the right angle as the only constant relation. At the same time, and so [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 742979

  • Arte surrealista y arte concreto
    Pellegrini, Aldo
    In this article, Aldo Pellegrini recognizes a link between Surrealist art and Abstract art prone to expression. In this sense, he also considers it possible to establish this same relationship with the Concrete artist. Although the latter rises out [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 742471

  • Pintura y arquitectura
    Haber, Abraham
    In this review, Abraham Haber discusses the connections created by Mondrian, Le Corbusier, Gorin, and Max Bill between painting and architecture, in order to show how they differed from the ideas that were proposed by Perceptivism [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 730645