Creator: Doctors, Marcio×
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  • A experiência estética da invenção como radicalidade estética da vida
    Doctors, Marcio
    1987
    Brazilian art critic Márcio Doctors discusses the actions carried out by the Rio de Janeiro-based group, A Moreninha, which was active in the eighties. The group members included the artists Ricardo Basbaum, Alexandre Dacosta, and Enéas Valle. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110933

  • Artista/filósofo
    Doctors, Marcio
    1994
    In this text, art critic Márcio Doctors presents the work of artist José Damasceno in the context of an exhibition held at the Galeria do Instituto Brasil-Estados Unidos (IBEU) in 1994. In Doctors’s opinion, Damasceno’s specific identity is not [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110983

  • Eduardo Sued : a geometria da fuga
    Doctors, Marcio
    1988
    In this text, critic Márcio Doctors analyzes the work of Brazilian painter Eduardo Sued for whom the author asserts geometry is the translation of the unnamable space of things and a point of departure, rather than a destination. He writes, & [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111381

  • Guy Brett : arte brasileira sem folclore
    Doctors, Marcio
    1989
    In this document, Brazilian art critic Márcio Doctors gathers Guy Brett’s testimony on the fundamental role of Brazilian artists in London, specifically, in the space opened by the Whitechapel Gallery in the late 1960s. The article addresses the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110958

  • Ivens Machado: exorbitando a pureza
    Doctors, Marcio
    1988
    In this text, critic Márcio Doctors provides an in-depth analysis of the work of artist Ivens Machado. Doctor’s interpretation goes beyond conventional readings of Machado’s work that overwhelmingly tend to revolve around the erotic and the use [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111382

  • Lygia Pape : a radicalidade do real
    Doctors, Marcio
    1990
    Art critic Márcio Doctors analyzes the work of Lygia Pape, whom he considers the most radical of the three Neo-Concrete artists (Lygia Clark, Hélio Oiticica, and Pape). These artists set out to confront the radical experience of space as if it were [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1111257