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  • El XVII Salón anual de Bellas Artes
    Prebisch, Alberto
    1927
    Alberto Prebisch points out that given the quantity of new artists shown each time at the Salón de Primavera [Spring Salon], two sections can be distinguished. The first and most numerous is comprised of works absolutely devoid of aesthetic appeal [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 732268

  • Fantasía y cálculo
    Vautier, Ernesto; Prebisch, Alberto
    1925
    In "Fantasía y cálculo (sobre el arte decorativo)," Argentinean architects Alberto Prebisch and Ernesto Vautier critique the decorative arts, asserting that rational design should supplant frivolous “artistic” and decorative design elements. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1126192

  • Los dibujos de Norah Borges
    Prebisch, Alberto
    1926
    Alberto Prebisch notes that both poetic ambition and lyrical tendency offer “a clear differential outline” to literature and the contemporary art. To exemplify these features within the visual arts he analyzes a work by Norah Borges [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 731318

  • Marinetti en los "Amigos del Arte"
    Prebisch, Alberto
    1926
    Alberto Prebisch reports on the exhibition held at “Friends of Art” comprised of works by Emilio Pettoruti, Xul Solar, Norah Borges, as well as two projects by the architects, Ernesto Vautier and Alberto Prebisch, representatives of the “new [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 730875

  • Pablo Curatella Manes
    Prebisch, Alberto
    1924
    Alberto Prebisch established the general rejection—as much on the part of the critic as the public—of the work of the sculptor Pablo Curattela Manes in the Witcomb Gallery. He pointed out that this reaction was due to the “hedonistic” concept [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 731218

  • Un proyecto de Museo de Bellas Artes
    Vautier, Ernesto; Prebisch, Alberto
    1927
    The authors—architects Ernesto Vautier and Alberto Prebisch—state that “regarding the program proposed…[to them] by the Commission of Fine Arts of La Plata, …[they have] proceeded to reasonably consider the need for a museum of modern art [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 732433