Creator: Girondo, Oliverio, 1891-1967×
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  • Arte, arte puro, arte propaganda ...
    Girondo, Oliverio, 1891-1967
    1933
    Oliverio Girondo’s response to a survey given by the magazine Contra: “Should art serve social problems?” Girondo argues that the ideological content of artwork is of lesser importance, and he considers the essential element of art to be its [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 730272

  • Carta abierta, a “La Púa”
    Girondo, Oliverio, 1891-1967
    1924
    In “Open letter to ‘La Púa,’ [The Thorn]” Oliverio Girondo (1890–1967) shows an attitude, a “vital” stance regarding what involves “creation [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 732604

  • Manifiesto de “Martin Fierro” : periódico quincenal de arte y crítica libre
    Girondo, Oliverio, 1891-1967
    1924
    The text “Manifiesto de ‘Martin Fierro’” [Manifesto of Martin Fierro] shows itself to be within the general norms that were characteristic of the vanguard manifestos. It first indicates its position with respect to “the past,” then the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 732817

  • Martin Fierro
    Girondo, Oliverio, 1891-1967; Méndez, Evar, 1888 -1955
    1925
    This document reports on the editing and organization carried out at Martín Fierro, Periódico quincenal de arte y crítica libre [Martín Fierro, An Open Bimonthly Journal of Art and Criticism], which was published [every two weeks] in 1925 [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 733152

  • Radiograma a Ramón
    Girondo, Oliverio, 1891-1967
    1925
    A literary text in which Oliverio Girondo expresses his impatience regarding the imminent arrival in Buenos Aires of Spanish writer Ramón Gómez de la Serna. Finally, even though the trip did not take shape, Girondo decided to publish the supplement [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 732591

  • Topatumba
    Girondo, Oliverio, 1891-1967
    The experimental poem by Olivero Girondo “Topatumba” is characterized by a strong rhythm that results from the frequent use of alliteration and proliferation of compound neologisms based on the same semantic roots, lack of punctuation, and the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1280219