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Name Descriptor: Tucumán Arde×
  • “Tucumán Arde” : obra de vanguardia en la Confederación General del Trabajo de los Argentinos, Regional Rosario
    Secretaría de Prensa de la CGT de los Argentinos, regional Rosario
    1968
    This short news item was prepared as sketchy materials for press release  shortly after the inauguration of the Tucumán Arde [Tucumán Is Burning] exhibition at the CGT (Confederación General del Trabajo) in Rosario. The circumstances of the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 760161

  • “Tucumán Arde” : una experiencia de la vanguardia plástica
    Bignami, Ariel
    1969
    The author reveals a certain openness when he suggests that the experience created by the avant-garde of Rosario, Argentina, that led to Tucumán Arde [Tucumán is Burning] could be a potential bridge to what he considers the only valid “ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 750525

  • “Tucumán Arde”- Arg. Respuesta a un cuestionario : para Escuela de Letras, Universidad de La Habana
    Ferrari, León, 1920-
    1973
    León Ferrari writes a detailed evaluation of Tucumán Arde [Tucumán is Burning], framing it within the previous events (Itinerario del ’68) [Timetable for 1968]. In it he points out that “its purpose was to make art into a revolutionary tool, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 761415

  • [El Grupo de Plásticos Argentinos de Vanguardia...]
    Escandell, Noemí
    1968
    This early declaration—most likely written when Tucumán Arde [Tucumán Is Burning] was taking shape (early October 1968)—presents some of the basic ideas behind the group’s collective work. First, it denounces General Juan Carlos Onganía’s [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 760062

  • [Entrada de cineclub Grupo 65 “Tucumán Arde”]
    1968
    The first phase of the Tucumán Arde [Tucumán Is Burning] campaign began with the appearance of advertising posters bearing the word “Tucumán” pasted on walls in Rosario, especially in the industrial workers’ neighborhoods. The posters [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 760117

  • [Frente a los acontecimientos políticos y culturales que tienen...]
    1968
    This declaration presents a series of definitions upon which the Tucumán Arde [Tucumán Is Burning] exhibition was founded. It defines it as “a collective work that, as it employs new channels of communication and expression, empowers the creation [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 760080

  • [La violencia del régimen es cruda y clara cuando se dirige contra la clase obrera...]
    Plásticos de Vanguardia
    1968
    In the declaration they issued as a companion statement to the Tucumán Arde [Tucumán Is Burning] exhibition in Buenos Aires, the artists condemn the regime’s violent excesses that, though subtle when applied to the arts, are nonetheless intent on [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 759917

  • [Letter] 1968 Noviembre 18, Castelar [to] Leopoldo [Maler]
    Ferrari, León, 1920-
    1968
    León Ferrari writes to Leopoldo Maler about Palabras ajenas [Other People’s Words], to discuss the staging of the London production and to critique European culture. He talks about the presentation of Tucumán Arde at the Rosario and Buenos Aires [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 749152

  • [Letter] 1968 Octubre 7, Castelar, Argentina [to] Leopoldo [Maler]
    Ferrari, León, 1920-
    1968
    León Ferrari writes to Leopoldo Maler about the London stage production of his book, Palabras ajenas [Other People’s Words].  He agrees to the new title of the English version, Listen Here Now, while proposing that it include the word “Vietnam [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 749162

  • 17 artistas detrás de la dialéctica de lo simple : Tucumán: planta piloto para un nuevo concepto
    Glusberg, Jorge
    1969
    Glusberg’s article describes (with a few inaccuracies) Tucumán Arde [Tucumán Is Burning] (1968), the landmark artwork/event produced by the avant-garde of Rosario, Argentina, during the period spanning 1966–68. In terms of the work involved, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 750378

  • Agitación y propaganda : artistas plásticos en el conflicto de Fabril
    1969
    This unsigned report, published in Sobre Nº 1 [Envelope no. 1], documents the experiences of a group of artists who joined the strike committee of Fabril Financiera in February 1969. It discusses the difference between producing a work of art or an [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 761435

  • Arde Tucumán
    1968
    This article includes the most significant sections of the report prepared by Miguel Murmis, Silvia Sigal, and Carlos Waisman, the sociologists and members of the CICSO (Centro de Investigación en Ciencias Sociales [Social Sciences Research Center [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 751376

  • Argentine subversive art : the vanguard of the Avant-Garde
    Comité Coordinador de la Imaginación Revolucionaria
    1970
    This United States academic journal disseminates the translation of the Cronología [Chronology] prepared by the artists reporting on the events that occurred throughout 1968, as well as other documents of their timetable, although with modified [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 761589

  • Arte de Acción en Latinoamérica : cuerpo político y estrategias de resistencia
    De Gracia, Silvio, 1973-
    2010
    In this essay, critic and performer Silvio de Gracia explains the importance of and provides context for “action art” in Latin America. He demonstrates its specificity in the region, showing how it differs from similar tendencies in Europe and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1240673

  • Arte de vanguardia : Tucumán Arde en la CGT
    1968
    This brief note, which appeared in Rosario’s most important daily newspaper, reports on the inauguration of the Tucumán Arde [Tucumán Is Burning] show at the CGT (Confederación General del Trabajo) headquarters in Rosario on November 3, 1968. It [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 758479

  • Arte en las calles
    Padín, Clemente, 1939-
    1990
    In this essay, the artist and performer Clemente Padín explains the concept of “street art and urban art” following the alternative art exhibition, Tomarte, held in the city of Rosario, Argentina, in April 1990, with the pretense of injecting [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1243093

  • Artistas Argentinos de Vanguardia : “Tucumán Arde”
    Confederación General del Trabajo de los Argentinos; Grupo de Arte de Vanguardia (Argentina)
    1968
    In this text, the work is presented as a joint production of the Grupo de Artistas Argentinos de Vanguardia (this is the only document in which they use that exact name) and the labor union. The basis of their denunciation of the government policy is [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 760046

  • El arte tiene un peso político muy fuerte, que puede servir al poder o a las fuerzas que lo combaten : Ferrari
    Malvido Arriaga, Adriana
    1982
    Adriana Malvido interviews León Ferrari. They discuss the public’s reception of his work, the popularization of art, art and political systems, the political effectiveness of art and, finally, the Falkland Islands War [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 743805

  • Equipo de contrainformación
    1973
    This document by the Equipo de Contrainformación [Counter-information Team] (the only material written by the group) is divided into three sections. The first is a declaration of principles; the second is the script for the historical account ( [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 761451

  • Ferrari e sua arte cheia de variantes
    1980
    The (anonymous) critic offers a formal assessment of León Ferrari’s work, pointing out the artist’s interest in the public’s reception and in creative freedom. The writer also refers to the search for an unfinished object and to the artist’s [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 743845

  • Informe : viaje a Tucumán de los artistas
    1968
    This text is a detailed report prepared by the Tucumán Arde [Tucumán Is Burning] organizers that informed the press about the exhibition’s objectives, sent out briefly before the show’s inauguration at the CGT (Confederación General del [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 760022

  • Las voces del pueblo : testimonio de Juan Molina, hijo de Hilda Guerrero de Molina, asesinada por la policia Tucumana
    Molina, Juan Andrés
    1968
    In an interview, Juan Andrés Molinas said that various protests were organized when his father and more than four hundred other workers at the Ingenio Santa Lucía [Santa Lucía Sugar Mill] were fired. During a protest march toward Bella Vista [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 758550

  • Límites de lo legal
    Comisión de Acción Artística de la Confederación General de los Argentinos
    1969
    This brief but significant assessment of Tucumán Arde [Tucumán is Burning] entitled “Límites de lo legal” [The Limits of Legality] was published in the magazine Sobre Nº 1. The text, that was signed by the Grupo de Artistas de Vanguardia of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 761396

  • Los últimos esperanzados
    Luzzani, Telma, 1951-
    1986
    This article is an interview with artist Pablo Suárez in which he is questioned regarding his actions within the Argentinean artistic scene of the 1960s. Among the diverse events he relates, he mentions the realization of the happening called La [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 760965

  • Por qué arde Tucumán
    1968
    This article refers to the circumstances surrounding the opening of the Tucumán Arde [Tucumán is Burning] exhibition?that was created by members of the Comisión de Acción Artística de la CGT (Confederación General del Trabajo de los Argentinos [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 750506

  • Retrato del jardín de la miseria
    Cousté, Alberto
    1968
    After describing the inauguration of Tucumán Arde [Tucumán is Burning] in Rosario, Cousté goes back to the middle of 1968 in order to point out a series of episodes that can be seen as antecedents of both the subsequent uprising [Tucumán Arde] as [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 761548

  • Texto del Informe de Margarita Paksa a Cultura 1968
    Paksa, Margarita
    1968
    In this paper, which opened the Encuentro Cultura 1968 [Culture Encounter 1968], there is a clear political will to construct an interventionist front based on instances of agreement regarding the political revolutionary horizon while superceding the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 761355

  • Tucumán Arde : Paradigma de acción cultural revolucionaria
    1971
    This entire issue of the magazine Ovum 10 is dedicated to a report on Tucumán Arde [Tucumán is Burning]. The brief introduction, which precedes the documentary anthology, presents the work as “one of the most important and explosive actions [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 761630

  • Tucumán arde sepa por qué
    1968
    This is an announcement of the forthcoming opening of the Tucumán Arde [Tucumán is Burning] exhibition at the headquarters of the CGT (Confederación General del Trabajo de los Argentinos [General Confederation of Labor of the Argentine people]), [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 750421

  • Tucumán Arde
    1968
    Adhesive stickers like this one were pasted on public spaces, walls, doors, public restrooms, and mass transportation in Rosario, Buenos Aires, and Santa Fe. Flyers with the same design as the stickers were given out on the streets at the exits of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 760248

  • Tucumán arde
    1968
    The article begins with a description of the work-of-art/event Tucumán Arde [Tucumán is Burning] that was held at the headquarters of the CGT (Confederacón General del Trabajo de los Argentinos [General Confederation of Labor of the Argentine [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 750489

  • Tucuman Arde
    Gramuglio, María Teresa; Rosa, Nicolás
    1968
    In the Declaration that accompanied the Tucumán Arde [Tucumán is Burning] exhibition, the artists denounce “the hidden truth behind this Operation”: the attempt to destroy the unions and guilds of the northeastern part of Argentina through the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 766316

  • Tucumán Arde. Paradigma de acción cultural revolucionaria
    Padín, Clemente, 1939-
    1971
    For the first time in Montevideo in 1971, three years after the artistically-political transformative event, called Tucumán Arde, took place in Rosario and Buenos Aires, Argentina, a comprehensive, all inclusive account was published. The one who [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1243207