Name Descriptor: Gonzalez-Torres, Felix×
  • Arte conceptual : ¿Qué es? ¿Cómo se ha manifestado en Puerto Rico?
    Benítez, Marimar; Renta, Enrique; De Mater O' Neill, María; González, Julieta, 1968-
    2004
    In this essay, María de Mater O'Neill, Marimar Benítez, Julieta González, and Enrique Renta, who are all involved in art, join together to discuss their ideas about Conceptual art. O’Neill explains the development of Conceptual art, and suggests [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 866822

  • Félix González Torres, Projects 34
    Umland, Anne
    1992
    The North American curator, Anne Umland, claims that the artist, Félix González Torres, who was born in Cuba and lives in New York, is questioning the meaning of private and public in his series of advertising proposals. The photographs in this [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1055135

  • Finding the lost steps : the principles of art and the art of principles in the cuban revolution (1959-1980)
    Nuez, Iván de la
    1996
    Iván de la Nuez’s entry for the exhibition catalog Cuba siglo XX: Modernidad y sincretismo [Twentieth-Century Cuba: Modernity and Syncretism] focuses on Cuban art made on the island as well as art made in exile from the onset of the 1959 Cuban [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 847620

  • La caverne moderne : histoires de pénétrables
    Pérez Oramas, Luis, 1960-
    2000
    In this essay, Luis Enrique Pérez Oramas analyzes a fragment of modern Latin American art history, presented through the form of “penetrable” works. The critic describes the development of the form with respect to its representation as [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1159720

  • La realidad estaba cerca
    Ramos Collado, Liliana
    1985
    In response to the exhibition, Nueva Fotografía Puertorriqueña [New Puerto Rican Photography] (1985), writer/professor Liliana Ramos Collado questions the relationship between photography and reality. There are countless ways to manipulate the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1055091

  • Painting outside the lines
    Bonetti, David
    2001
    This document is a brief article from the San Francisco Chronicle in which art critic David Bonetti considers new developments in Chicano/Latino visual art in recent years, so that he articulates the most notable, which is an increasing tendency on [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1083548