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Arte Concreto/Concrete Art

Arte concreto es una expresión acuñada en Europa, alrededor de 1930. Designa una modalidad de la abstracción que, mediante el empleo de formas geométricas y el análisis de los elementos plásticos, descarta...
Tomás Maldonado

Tomás Maldonado

Tomás Maldonado, artista plástico argentino central en las vanguardias del siglo XX, además de teórico y diseñador. Protagonista del movimiento de arte concreto en la década del 40, que postuló la emergencia...
Ramiro Quinteros

El cantautor argentino Ramiro Quinteros presenta una canción dedicada a los inmigrantes

El cantautor argentino Ramiro Quinteros presenta una canción dedicada a los inmigrantes   El tema se llama “Adiós, amigos, adiós” y se encuentra disponible en las plataformas digitales. Quinteros es...
arte concreto

Arte Concreto, Van Doesburg en Latinoamérica

Van Doesburg en Latinoamérica, Arte Concreto El Moderna Museet revisa el desarrollo del arte concreto en América del Sur entre los treinta y los setenta

DE STIJL

De Stijl was a circle of Dutch abstract artists who promoted a style of art based on a strict geometry of horizontals and verticals Piet Mondrian and Theo van Doesburg. De...
CONCRETE ART

CONCRETE ART

Concrete art is abstract art that is entirely free of any basis in observed reality and that has no symbolic meaning. The term was introduced by artist Theo van Doesburg in...
NORTH AMERICA Museums

NORTH AMERICA MUSEUMS

Canada National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa - Exhibits one of the greatest collections of paintings in North America, with works by Van Gogh, Cezanne, Picasso and Pollock
ART FAIRS

ART FAIRS

America Art Basel Miami BeachLeading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa show significant work from the masters of Modern and contemporary art, as well the...
AIVAZOVSKY, IVAN

IVAN AIVAZOVSKY

AIVAZOVSKY, IVAN (1817-1900) Russian landscape painter. Ivan Aivazovsky: "The Ninth Wave" - 1850 - oil on canvas - Saint Petersburg, State Museum Born in Crimea in 1817, to an...

NEO-CONCRETE

The neo-concrete movement was a splinter group of the 1950s Brazilian concrete art movement, calling for a greater sensuality, colour and poetic feeling in concrete art. With the construction...
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