Name Descriptor: López Anaya, Jorge×
  • 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

  • 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

  • El Tao del Arte
    Gumier Maier, Jorge, 1953-
    1997
    In this text—the foreword to the exhibition catalog El Tao del Arte exhibition (Buenos Aires: Centro Cultural Recoleta, May 13–June 8, 1997)—, Jorge Gumier-Maier narrates how the conditions of the Centro Cultural Ricardo Rojas, “a place [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 769509

  • La pintura de López Anaya
    Noé, Luis Felipe
    1960
    Luis Felipe Noé wrote on the difficulty of an artist understanding the work of another painter, which, in his opinion, required a relinquishing act. Noé’s interpretation of the works of Jorge López Anaya, seen within an Informalist trend context [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 740635

  • Why the Prize Show Was Disappointing
    Kemble, Kenneth, 1923-
    1960
    Kenneth Kemble writes that the Palanza Award was a disappointment because those who were invited to participate, the great majority of them, showed works of a lesser quality; also, he believes that a shift in the public’s aesthetic taste has taken [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 740838