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  • Art in exile
    Pau-Llosa, Ricardo
    1980
    This article by Ricardo Pau-Llosa focuses on the motif of the human body as the one theme that constantly recurs throughout the work of Cuban-American artists. He notes that this is unique given the distance that they live from one another. So that, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 847866

  • Cuban art in South Florida
    Pau-Llosa, Ricardo
    1991
    Ricardo Pau-Llosa’s chapter focuses on fine art production by Miami’s Cuban-American population. Before discussing the work thematically, he notes that in Miami there has been a “resistance to seeing Cuban and Latin American Art as an equal [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 847639

  • El verdadero arte Latinoamericano
    Pau-Llosa, Ricardo
    Cuban-American critic Ricardo Pau-Llosa asserts that there is a distinctive Latin American modern art that developed in the 1920s and 1930s. In his view, the privileged resource of Latin American visual approach is metaphor, whereas North American [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 844337

  • Entre el terreno y el jardín : las pinturas de Luis Lizardo
    Pau-Llosa, Ricardo
    1992
    In this essay, the North American poet and critic Ricardo Pau-Llosa writes about the Venezuelan painter Luis Lizardo on the occasion of the exhibition of work by the latter in the United States (Miami: Ambrosino Gallery, 1992). The critic discusses [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1165150

  • Humberto Calzada
    Pau-Llosa, Ricardo
    1991
    The essay by Ricardo Pau-Llosa on the work of Cuban-born artist, Humberto Calzada, is divided into three sections. In the first one, “The Symbolism of Order,” Pau-Llosa addresses Calzada’s move from painting elements of colonial Cuban [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 848198

  • Humberto Calzada
    Pau-Llosa, Ricardo
    1991
    The essay by Ricardo Pau-Llosa on the work of Cuban-born artist, Humberto Calzada, is divided into three sections. In the first one, “The Symbolism of Order,” Pau-Llosa addresses Calzada’s move from painting elements of colonial Cuban [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 848217

  • Identidad y variaciones : el pensamiento visual en el exilio desde 1959
    Pau-Llosa, Ricardo
    1988
    Ricardo Pau-Llosa’s essay discusses six generations of modern and contemporary Cuban artists, most in exile, and their art as it deals with alienation and uprooting. According to Pau-Llosa, the first generation (1920s) includes the founding fathers [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 801497

  • Identifying the links between photography and painting in Latin America visual thinking = Identificación de los nexos entre fotografía y pintura en el pensamiento visual Latinoamericano
    Pau-Llosa, Ricardo
    1986
    In this bilingual essay, Cuban poet and art critic Ricardo Pau-Llosa argues that Latin American painting and photography are inextricably linked by the presence of thematic similarities and shared motifs, despite their obvious formal differences. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1081936

  • Identity and variations: Cuban visual thinking in exile since 1959
    Pau-Llosa, Ricardo
    1988
    Ricardo Pau-Llosa’s essay discusses six generations of modern and contemporary Cuban artists, most in exile, and their art as it deals with alienation and uprooting. According to Pau-Llosa, the first generation (1920s) includes the founding fathers [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 800345

  • Luisa Richter : trascendiendo lo abstracto
    Pau-Llosa, Ricardo
    1993
    In this [1993] essay, the critic Ricardo Pau-Llosa states that the objective sought by Luisa Richter is to recover the essential from the visual languages of Abstract art. Through such languages, the Venezuelan painter represents complex ideas about [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1161822

  • Soriano : la luz como expresión
    Pau-Llosa, Ricardo
    1992
    In this essay, Ricardo Pau-Llosa discusses the work of Cuban-born artist Rafael Soriano as a prime example of what he has termed “oneiric luminism,” which is Latin American art’s most original contribution to modernism, according to the author [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 848129

  • Soriano : light as utterance
    Pau-Llosa, Ricardo
    1992
    In this essay, Ricardo Pau-Llosa discusses the work of Cuban-born artist Rafael Soriano as a prime example of what he has termed “oneiric luminism,” which is Latin American art’s most original contribution to modernism, according to the author [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 848096

  • The Imagination as Dialogue in the Paintings of Arnaldo Roche
    Pau-Llosa, Ricardo
    1998
    Ricardo Pau-Llosa analyzes Arnaldo Roche[-Rabell]’s paintings by arguing that his works both represent unique identities and evoke a process of identification in the viewer that occurs at an existential level. Roche achieves this by upending [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 840440

  • The Theatre of Nature: Paul Sierra's Paintings = Las Pinturas de Paul Sierra: Un teatro de la Naturaleza
    Pau-Llosa, Ricardo
    1998
    In this essay, Ricardo Pau-Llosa analyzes the paintings of Chicago-based, Cuban-American artist Paul Sierra within a framework of the convergence of nineteenth-century American landscape painting with what he calls the “theatricality” of Latin [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 802044