Torres-García: utopía y transgresión

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Museo Torres García, Jan 1, 2007 - Art, Uruguayan - 372 pages
One of the most important books to date dedicated to the work of Joaquín Torres García (b. Uruguay 1874-1949), noted for universal constructivism. Author Gradowczyk is a historian and art critic in the fields of modernism and contemporary art in Latin America and has curated and co-coordinated multiple exhibitions worldwide, This is his second monograph on Torres-García.

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Contents

PRÓLOGO
9
UN CONSTRUCTOR CON MADERAS
97
EL DESARROLLO DEL CONSTRUCTIVISMO
173
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He is an art historian based in Buenos Aires.

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