Topic Descriptor: Trans-avantgarde×
  • Entrevista con Raul Cristancho : Bogotá 25 de Julio de 2008
    2009
    “Entrevista a Raúl Cristancho” is an interview with Colombian artist Raúl Cristancho by anthropologist and curator Natalia Gutiérrez. The interview, which took place on July 25, 2008, was published in the book ciudad-espejo, a research project [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1132917

  • Expressionismo vs. neo-expressionismo
    Guinle, Jorge, 1947-1987
    1993
    The young Brazilian painter Jorge Guinle discusses the painting produced by internationally recognized artists of the 1980s (such as Philip Guston, Julian Schnabel, and Enzo Cucchi, among others), and compares their work to the legacy of early [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110955

  • La nueva imagen
    Glusberg, Jorge
    1982
    Jorge Glusberg signed this text about Trans-Vanguard painting in Latin America, mentioning its expressive tradition, its formal precedents, stylistic characteristics, as well as contradictions and originality [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 780143

  • La nueva imagen
    Glusberg, Jorge
    1984
    Jorge Glusberg, founder of the Centro de Arte y Comunicación [Center for Art and Communication] (CAyC in Buenos Aires), says that “there is no such thing as a Latin American art but there is a common set of challenges that creates an identity.” [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 805841

  • Pintura dos anos 80 : algumas observações críticas
    Basbaum, Ricardo
    1988
    In his article, the artist Ricardo Basbaum suggests applying a more rigorous theory to the painting produced in the 1980s, especially in Brazil, with the specific goal of demystifying the so-called Geração 80. The author begins by establishing [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110972

  • Símbolos de cambio : ¿qué pasó en el arte en esta década de los ochentas?
    Aguilar, José Hernán, 1952-
    1989
    In this retrospective article on Colombian art in the 1980s, critic José Hernán Aguilar condemns the unexpected turn that took place on the local art scene when Conceptualism gave way to “the artistic and ideological pluralism” prevalent in art [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1082825