Name Descriptor: Camnitzer, Luis×
  • [Letter] 1972 Abril 25, Miramar, Puerto Rico [to] Luis Camnitzer
    Homar, Lorenzo
    1972
    In this letter artist Lorenzo Homar replies to his colleague, Uruguayan professor Luis Camnitzer, who had suggested that some of the artists who planned to participate in the III Bienal de San Juan del Grabado Latinoamericano [3rd San Juan Biennial [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 856495

  • Arte Latinoamericano en Estados Unidos
    Camnitzer, Luis
    1966
    In this text, Uruguayan artist Luis Camnitzer—resident of New York since 1964 who was a correspondent from there for the Montevideo-based weekly Marcha—discusses the rising importance of “Latin American” art in New York art galleries and in [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1246055

  • Camnitzer expone en N.York
    1971
    In this article, a New York art critic whose signature is the initials H. R. discusses the first version of Uruguayan artist Luis Camnitzer’s work Leftovers on exhibition in a new gallery in Manhattan. The work consists of a neat arrangement of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1246103

  • Exp. 69 – I / Di Tella
    Vigo, Edgardo Antonio
    1969
    Edgardo Antonio Vigo explains the idea behind the Experiencias 69 I [Visual Practices 69 I] event that was organized at theCentro de Artes Visuales of the Instituto Torcuato Di Tella in Buenos Aires (September 5–14, 1969). He also outlines the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 773768

  • La Bienal de Tokio y los últimos aportes uruguayos
    Argul, José Pedro, 1903-
    1965
    In this article, published in 1965, the Uruguayan art critic José Pedro Argul discusses the 4th Tokyo International Biennial of Prints and his own personal role in the selection of the graphic works by Uruguayan artists that were submitted at that [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1182696

  • Luis Camnitzer: arte e imperialismo
    Di Maggio, Nelson
    1969
    This essay is about the interview of the Uruguayan artist Luis Camnitzer by the critic Nelson Di Maggio, who at the time had been living in the United States since 1964. In the interview, Camnitzer conveyed his concept of “social transformation” [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1244924

  • Quince años de arte en Colombia
    Mosquera, Gerardo
    1991
    In this text published on the occasion of the fifteenth anniversary of the founding of Arte en Colombia, Cuban critic Gerardo Mosquera emphasizes the effort involved in starting a journal specializing in Latin American art. He argues that this is [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1104599