Creator: Ivelic, Milan, 1935-×
Contributor: http://icaa.mfah.org/vocabs/names/index.php?tema=8125×
  • Artes visuales : una mirada crítica
    Ivelic, Milan, 1935-
    1987
    In this article Milan Ivelic discusses conditions in Chile for the benefit of Spanish visitors to the exhibition Chile Vive that was held at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid. One of the main things that stands out about Chile, as seen [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 754428

  • El arte como afirmación
    Ivelic, Milan, 1935-; Galaz, Gaspar, 1941-
    1982
    In response to the objections raised by Isabel Cruz to their book La pintura en Chile desde la Colonia hasta 1981 (Painting in Chile from the Colonial Period to 1981), the authors divide their arguments into four sections. Answering Cruz’s [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 748830

  • Galaz-Ivelic responden
    Galaz, Gaspar, 1941-; Ivelic, Milan, 1935-
    1982
    As the title implies, this is the response from Milan Ivelic and Gaspar Galaz to the criticisms that appeared following the publication of their jointly written book, La pintura en Chile desde la Colonia hasta 1981 [Painting in Chile from Colonial [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 731672

  • La ampliación del espacio crítico
    Galaz, Gaspar, 1941-; Ivelic, Milan, 1935-
    1988
    “The broadening of the critical space” represents one section of the book, Chile Arte Actual [Chile Art Today], written by the art historians, Gaspar Galaz and Milan Ivelic. In the book, the authors ask themselves why the late 1970s and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 734883

  • La pintura : su candente realidad
    Ivelic, Milan, 1935-; Galaz, Gaspar, 1941-
    1975
    Milan Ivelic and Gaspar Galaz developed this questionnaire to be used in their conversations with Mario Carreño, Carmen Aldunate, Rodolfo Opazo, and Ricardo Yrarrázaval about their painting and what they were working on at that time ( [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 749631

  • Promoción 80
    Ivelic, Milan, 1935-
    1981
    In this essay, Milan Ivelic writes about the third group exhibition of the Promoción 80 [Class of ’80]. He explains why these artists are “a group,” noting their age, where they were educated, and how they approach art in [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 740347