Cold America

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Suarez,Osbel
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3,70 MB
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Cold America.pdf
ISBN
2738627873322

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This publication documents Cold America, an exhibition in Fundacion Juan March, Madrid, (February - May, 2011) , which expressly and systematically maps the complex and fragmented history of geometric abstraction in Latin America. The resulting map seeks to reveal not only the influence of Old World traditions on Latin American abstract artists but also their decisive break with that tradition: the rebirth of, and distinct character assumed by, geometric abstraction in Argentina, Brazil, Columbia, Cuba, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela. This project's timeframe begins in 1934, with Joaquin Torres-Garcia's definitive return to Montevideo after more than four decades in Europe, and ends in 1973 with Jesus Rafael Soto's journey from Europe to his hometown of Ciudad Bolivar to inaugurate the museum designed by Carlos Raul Villanueva that bears his name. That year would also see the passing of Waldemar Cordeiro and Ivan Serpa, the Brazilian founders of the groups Ruptura and Frente. In addition to painting and sculpture, the publication also draws parallels between the photography and architecture of these decades. It gathers together - to an extent never before attempted - more than 180 works by 64 artists not only from the most prestigious museums and institutions but also from the most important private collections in Europe, the United States and Latin America.

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