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The Resource Purity is a myth : the materiality of concrete art from Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay, edited by Zanna Gilbert, Pia Gottschaller, Tom Learner, and Andrew Perchuk

Purity is a myth : the materiality of concrete art from Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay, edited by Zanna Gilbert, Pia Gottschaller, Tom Learner, and Andrew Perchuk

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Purity is a myth : the materiality of concrete art from Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay
Title
Purity is a myth
Title remainder
the materiality of concrete art from Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay
Statement of responsibility
edited by Zanna Gilbert, Pia Gottschaller, Tom Learner, and Andrew Perchuk
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Purity Is a Myth presents new scholarship on Concrete art in Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay from the 1940s to the 1960s"--
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JPG/DLC
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illustrations
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index present
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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1980-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Gilbert, Zanna
  • Gottschaller, Pia,
  • Learner, Tom,
  • Perchuk, Andrew,
  • Getty Research Institute,
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Issues & debates
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  • Concrete art
  • Concrete art
  • Concrete art
  • Art, Argentine
  • Art, Brazilian
  • Art, Uruguayan
  • Art, Argentine
  • Art, Brazilian
  • Art, Uruguayan
  • Concrete art
  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Uruguay
Label
Purity is a myth : the materiality of concrete art from Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay, edited by Zanna Gilbert, Pia Gottschaller, Tom Learner, and Andrew Perchuk
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: The Myth of Purity: New Material Histories of Concrete Art / Zanna Gilbert, Pia Gottschaller, Tom Learner, and Andrew Perchuk -- Part I. New Perspectives on the Emergence of Concrete Art from Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay -- Material Relations: Torres-García and Concrete Art from Argentina / Niko Vicario -- Rhod Rothfuss and the marco recortado: A Synthesis of Cultural Traditions in the Río de la Plata Region / María Amalia García -- Waldemar Cordeiro and Grupo Forma: The Roman Road to São Paulo Concrete Art / Heloisa Espada -- Part II. Generative Processes in Concrete Art -- Cut, Fuse, Fissure: Planarity circa 1954 / Irene V. Small -- Judith Lauand's Sketchbooks and the Visualization of Concrete Form in 1954 / Aliza Edelman -- Hermelindo Fiaminghi's Quadrature of the Circle between 1954 and 1959: From Concrete Enamel to Giotto's Tempera / Pia Gottschaller, Tom Learner, and Joy Mazurek -- Part III. Concretizing Color -- Energy, Legibility, Purity: Color in Argentine Concrete Art / Idurre Alonso, Pia Gottschaller, C.C. Marsh, Andrew Perchuk, and Lynn Lee -- Looking to the Past to Paint the Future: Innovative: Anachronisms in the Work of Alfredo Volpi and Hélio Oiticica / Mari Carmen Ramírez and Corina E. Rogge -- The Adventure of Color in Brazilian Art: Aluísio Carvão, Hélio Oiticica, and Roberto Burle Marx / Luiz Camillo Osorio -- Part IV. Concrete Art on Paper -- Printing Invention: Artwork, Project, or Device / Isabel Plante -- On Kissing and Biting: The Material Impressions of Language and Design in the Work of Willys de Castro and Hermelindo Fiaminghi / Zanna Gilbert -- Part V. Analyzing Concrete Art: Technical Overviews -- Experimentation and Materiality: Constructing the Brazilian Artwork, 1950s-60s / Luiz A. C. Souza, Alessandra Rosado, Yacy-Ara Froner, Rita L. Rodrigues, Maria Alice Sanna Castelo Branco, Giula Giovani, and Vítor P. Amaral -- Argentine Concrete Art, the First Decade: Between the Material and Formal Tradition and Innovation / Pino Monkes -- Technical Studies of Concrete Art from the Río de La Plata Region / Fernando Marte -- Part VI. The Reception of Concrete Art in Museums and Academia -- A History of the Field / Aleca Le Blanc -- Part VII. Chronologies -- Paint Production in Argentina, 1940s-60 / Florencia Castella and Sofía Frigerio -- Paint Production in Brazil, 1940s-60s / João Henrique Ribeiro Barbosa
Control code
1233025014
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
x, 325 pages
Isbn
9781606067239
Lccn
2021001297
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (chiefly color)
System control number
(OCoLC)1233025014
Label
Purity is a myth : the materiality of concrete art from Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay, edited by Zanna Gilbert, Pia Gottschaller, Tom Learner, and Andrew Perchuk
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: The Myth of Purity: New Material Histories of Concrete Art / Zanna Gilbert, Pia Gottschaller, Tom Learner, and Andrew Perchuk -- Part I. New Perspectives on the Emergence of Concrete Art from Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay -- Material Relations: Torres-García and Concrete Art from Argentina / Niko Vicario -- Rhod Rothfuss and the marco recortado: A Synthesis of Cultural Traditions in the Río de la Plata Region / María Amalia García -- Waldemar Cordeiro and Grupo Forma: The Roman Road to São Paulo Concrete Art / Heloisa Espada -- Part II. Generative Processes in Concrete Art -- Cut, Fuse, Fissure: Planarity circa 1954 / Irene V. Small -- Judith Lauand's Sketchbooks and the Visualization of Concrete Form in 1954 / Aliza Edelman -- Hermelindo Fiaminghi's Quadrature of the Circle between 1954 and 1959: From Concrete Enamel to Giotto's Tempera / Pia Gottschaller, Tom Learner, and Joy Mazurek -- Part III. Concretizing Color -- Energy, Legibility, Purity: Color in Argentine Concrete Art / Idurre Alonso, Pia Gottschaller, C.C. Marsh, Andrew Perchuk, and Lynn Lee -- Looking to the Past to Paint the Future: Innovative: Anachronisms in the Work of Alfredo Volpi and Hélio Oiticica / Mari Carmen Ramírez and Corina E. Rogge -- The Adventure of Color in Brazilian Art: Aluísio Carvão, Hélio Oiticica, and Roberto Burle Marx / Luiz Camillo Osorio -- Part IV. Concrete Art on Paper -- Printing Invention: Artwork, Project, or Device / Isabel Plante -- On Kissing and Biting: The Material Impressions of Language and Design in the Work of Willys de Castro and Hermelindo Fiaminghi / Zanna Gilbert -- Part V. Analyzing Concrete Art: Technical Overviews -- Experimentation and Materiality: Constructing the Brazilian Artwork, 1950s-60s / Luiz A. C. Souza, Alessandra Rosado, Yacy-Ara Froner, Rita L. Rodrigues, Maria Alice Sanna Castelo Branco, Giula Giovani, and Vítor P. Amaral -- Argentine Concrete Art, the First Decade: Between the Material and Formal Tradition and Innovation / Pino Monkes -- Technical Studies of Concrete Art from the Río de La Plata Region / Fernando Marte -- Part VI. The Reception of Concrete Art in Museums and Academia -- A History of the Field / Aleca Le Blanc -- Part VII. Chronologies -- Paint Production in Argentina, 1940s-60 / Florencia Castella and Sofía Frigerio -- Paint Production in Brazil, 1940s-60s / João Henrique Ribeiro Barbosa
Control code
1233025014
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
x, 325 pages
Isbn
9781606067239
Lccn
2021001297
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (chiefly color)
System control number
(OCoLC)1233025014

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