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Published by Editorial Gourmet Latino [200?], Lima

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About this Item: Editorial Gourmet Latino [200?], Lima. Paperback. Condition: Used; Like New. 83, (1)p., color photo plates, wrps, 4to (covers detached). Sumptuous gourmet bimonthly with numerous photos in color. Features recipes for some of the following exquisite main dishes and desserts, as well as dishes prepared by the wives of ex-Presidents of the United States: "Buñuelos de papa con centro líquido sobre salsa de maracuyá", "Conchas al carbón con burbujeante mantequilla de maple chino al café", "Rosa del Día de la Madre, rellena de frutas confitades y pasas", "Lomo Strogonoff de Jacqueline Kennedy" and "Torta de limón de Lady Bird, esposa de Lyndon Johnson". With the following articles: "Los secretos de Luis Alberto Sacilotto", "La dieta que cuida al corazón" and "Los vinos españoles de Toro". Includes an interview with Peruvian lawyer and ex-public defender, Jorge Santistevan de Noriega. Printed on semi-glossy coated stock. Seller Inventory # 132346

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Sergio B. Martins

Published by MIT Press Ltd, United States (2013)

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About this Item: MIT Press Ltd, United States, 2013. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. How Brazilian postwar avant-garde artists updated modernism in a way that was radically at odds with European and North American art historical narratives.Brazilian avant-garde artists of the postwar era worked from a fundamental but productive out-of-jointness. They were modernist but distant from modernism. Europeans and North Americans may feel a similar displacement when viewing Brazilian avant-garde art; the unexpected familiarity of the works serves to make them unfamiliar. In Constructing an Avant-Garde, Sergio Martins seizes on this uncanny obliqueness and uses it as the basis for a reconfigured account of the history of Brazil s avant-garde. His discussion covers not only widely renowned artists and groups -- including Helio Oiticica, Lygia Clark, Cildo Meireles, and neoconcretism -- but also important artists and critics who are less well known outside Brazil, including Mario Pedrosa, Ferreira Gullar, Amilcar de Castro, Luis Sacilotto, Antonio Dias, and Rubens Gerchman. Martins argues that artists of Brazil s postwar avant-garde updated modernism in a way that was radically at odds with European and North American art historical narratives. He describes defining episodes in Brazil s postwar avant-garde, discussing crucial critical texts, including Gullar s Theory of the Non-Object, a phenomenological account of neoconcrete artworks; Oiticica, constructivity, and Mondrian; portraiture, self-portraiture, and identity; the nonvisual turn and missed encounters with conceptualism; and monochrome, manifestos, and engagement.The Brazilian avant-garde s hijacking of modernism, Martins shows, gained further complexity as artists began to face their international minimalist and conceptualist contemporaries in the 1960s and 1970s. Reconfiguring not only art history but their own history, Brazilian avant-gardists were able to face contemporary challenges from a unique -- and oblique -- standpoint. Seller Inventory # AAC9780262019262

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Sergio B. Martins

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About this Item: MIT Press Ltd, United States, 2013. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. How Brazilian postwar avant-garde artists updated modernism in a way that was radically at odds with European and North American art historical narratives.Brazilian avant-garde artists of the postwar era worked from a fundamental but productive out-of-jointness. They were modernist but distant from modernism. Europeans and North Americans may feel a similar displacement when viewing Brazilian avant-garde art; the unexpected familiarity of the works serves to make them unfamiliar. In Constructing an Avant-Garde, Sergio Martins seizes on this uncanny obliqueness and uses it as the basis for a reconfigured account of the history of Brazil s avant-garde. His discussion covers not only widely renowned artists and groups -- including Helio Oiticica, Lygia Clark, Cildo Meireles, and neoconcretism -- but also important artists and critics who are less well known outside Brazil, including Mario Pedrosa, Ferreira Gullar, Amilcar de Castro, Luis Sacilotto, Antonio Dias, and Rubens Gerchman. Martins argues that artists of Brazil s postwar avant-garde updated modernism in a way that was radically at odds with European and North American art historical narratives. He describes defining episodes in Brazil s postwar avant-garde, discussing crucial critical texts, including Gullar s Theory of the Non-Object, a phenomenological account of neoconcrete artworks; Oiticica, constructivity, and Mondrian; portraiture, self-portraiture, and identity; the nonvisual turn and missed encounters with conceptualism; and monochrome, manifestos, and engagement.The Brazilian avant-garde s hijacking of modernism, Martins shows, gained further complexity as artists began to face their international minimalist and conceptualist contemporaries in the 1960s and 1970s. Reconfiguring not only art history but their own history, Brazilian avant-gardists were able to face contemporary challenges from a unique -- and oblique -- standpoint. Seller Inventory # AAC9780262019262

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Sergio B. Martins

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About this Item: MIT Press Ltd, United States, 2013. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. How Brazilian postwar avant-garde artists updated modernism in a way that was radically at odds with European and North American art historical narratives.Brazilian avant-garde artists of the postwar era worked from a fundamental but productive out-of-jointness. They were modernist but distant from modernism. Europeans and North Americans may feel a similar displacement when viewing Brazilian avant-garde art; the unexpected familiarity of the works serves to make them unfamiliar. In Constructing an Avant-Garde, Sergio Martins seizes on this uncanny obliqueness and uses it as the basis for a reconfigured account of the history of Brazil s avant-garde. His discussion covers not only widely renowned artists and groups -- including Helio Oiticica, Lygia Clark, Cildo Meireles, and neoconcretism -- but also important artists and critics who are less well known outside Brazil, including Mario Pedrosa, Ferreira Gullar, Amilcar de Castro, Luis Sacilotto, Antonio Dias, and Rubens Gerchman. Martins argues that artists of Brazil s postwar avant-garde updated modernism in a way that was radically at odds with European and North American art historical narratives. He describes defining episodes in Brazil s postwar avant-garde, discussing crucial critical texts, including Gullar s Theory of the Non-Object, a phenomenological account of neoconcrete artworks; Oiticica, constructivity, and Mondrian; portraiture, self-portraiture, and identity; the nonvisual turn and missed encounters with conceptualism; and monochrome, manifestos, and engagement.The Brazilian avant-garde s hijacking of modernism, Martins shows, gained further complexity as artists began to face their international minimalist and conceptualist contemporaries in the 1960s and 1970s. Reconfiguring not only art history but their own history, Brazilian avant-gardists were able to face contemporary challenges from a unique -- and oblique -- standpoint. Seller Inventory # BTE9780262019262

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Reinaldo Laddaga

Published by Ediciones Turner, S.A.

ISBN 10: 8415427972 ISBN 13: 9788415427971

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About this Item: Ediciones Turner, S.A. Paperback. Condition: New. 206 pages. Dimensions: 10.2in. x 8.1in. x 0.8in.The profile of Latin American abstract art in North America and Europe has dramatically increased over the past decade or so, thanks in large part to the activities of the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection. However, this is the first publication to specifically address the Concrete and Neoconcrete movements, spanning the 1930s through to the 1970s, and focusing on centers of activity throughout Latin America, in cities such as Montevideo, Buenos Aires, So Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Caracas. In these decades, artists such as Lygia Clark, Hlio Oiticica, Lygia Pape, Jess Soto, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Judith Lauand, Geraldo de Barros, Hermelindo Fiaminghi, Luiz Sacilotto, Willys de Castro and Ferreira Gullar infused European Concrete art with fresh energy and warmth, extending it into the realms of performance and interactive sculpture (as seen in the works of Clark, Pape and Oiticica). The book organizes this rich range of work into five thematic sections: Geometry, Illusion, Dialogue, Vibration and Universalism. Accompanying an exhibition at the Reina Sofa, Concrete Invention also includes texts by several of the artists; an essay by sound artist and scholar Steve Roden; a questionnaire on the legacy of these movements answered by Luis Camnitzer, Jess Carillo, Sofia Hernndez Chong Cuy and Ana Longoni; and a series of geometric-abstract gatefolds designed for the catalogue by Jos Len Cerrillo. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9788415427971

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Published by Reference Series Books LLC Nov 2011 (2011)

ISBN 10: 1233251759 ISBN 13: 9781233251759

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About this Item: Reference Series Books LLC Nov 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 290. Kapitel: Xago, Galka Scheyer, Fritz Matthies-Masuren, Nina de Garis Davies, David Pendleton Oakerhater, Sebastian Gutzwiller, Elena Luksch-Makowsky, Lisa Kümmel, Karl Hapke, Leon Schidlowsky, Fritz Ketz, Otgonbayar Ershuu, Norbert Hornig, Susanne Kessler, Arthur Kolnik, Sophie Matisse, Peter Rösel, Manuel García Moia, Not Vital, Amar Ben Belgacem, Josefine Winter, Oswaldo Guayasamín, Darío Basso, Achim Preiß, Raden Saleh, Georg Königstein, Johann Michael Kupfer, Mbongeni Buthelezi, Charles Wilda, Mole & Wolfrhine, Marianne Schneegans, Kolë Idromeno, Dieter Dressler, Václav prungl, Luigi Veronesi, Alexej von Assaulenko, Liane Collot d Herbois, Chaim Soutine, Shy Abady, Daniel Moriz Lehr, Kurt Elvers, Erika Streit, David Koloane, Noé Canjura, Uwe Ernst, Vann Nath, Mihai Sârbulescu, Waltensburger Meister, Jenny Schweminski, Gostan Zarian, Max Helas, Wenzel Lorenz Reiner, Ru ena Zátková, Rudolf Bauer, Gottfried Bernhard Göz, Carl Roesch, Erich Schönfeld, Franziska Klotz, Julie Mehretu, Lois Freeman-Fox, Hannes Schultze-Froitzheim, Akbar Behkalam, Misha Bolourie, Eberhard Göschel, Leopold von Pezold, Henri Regnault, Ramón Subercaseaux Vicuña, Joseph Melling, Robert Batty, Carl Strauss, Marlene Dumas, Mykola Schmatko, Nicolas Eekman, Sam Szafran, Eberhard Viegener, Josef Schädler, Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, Kriegsmaler, Wiktor Alexandrowitsch Pogodin, Oscar Rex, Heinz Werner Schneider, Farouk Hosny, Ermenegildo Antonio Donadini, Peter Demetz-Fëur, Wassili Dmitrijewitsch Jermilow, Malangatana Ngwenya, Pierre Patricio, Marco Ricci, Václav Hradecký, Rachel Lumsden, Zoro Mettini, John Gast, Lasar Segall, Hisham Zreiq, Marie-Thérèse Schins, Mira Schendel, Marwan Kassab-Bachi, Salah Saouli, Angenelle Thijssen, Federico Castelluccio, Horst Peter Dollinger, Otto Trubel, Wolfgang Bier, Luis Sacilotto, Miriam Schapiro, François Flameng, Arthur Goldreich, Guido Hoffmann, Erwin Spuler, Eduardo Kingman, Jakob Anton Bucher, Egidius Sadeler der Ältere, Fritz W. Schulz, Constantino Brumidi, Néstor Martín-Fernández de la Torre, Jan Laß, Severo Sarduy, Johann Jacob Eybelwieser, Manfred Beck-Arnstein, Moïse Bercovici-Erco, Johann Theodor Schultz, Jost de Laval, Adolf Friedrich Harper, Hans Joachim Sonntag, Celestin Mato Medovic, Gisèle van Waterschoot van der Gracht, Charles Wysocki, Lucy von Barclay de Tolly, Beatriz Milhazes, Michail Sabinin, Karl Lindemann-Frommel, Carl Maria Seyppel, Emina Cabaravdic-Kamber, Herbert Benedikt, Alois Kostner, Hans-Joachim Speßhardt, Demetrio Aguilera Malta, Michel Fingesten, Theodor Sternberg, Henri Le Sidaner, Jan afránek, Aziz Raza, Carlo Cazals, Édouard Debat-Ponsan, Rudolf Leitner-Gründberg, Kostas Koufogiorgos, Janis Jaunsudrabin , Egon Karl Nicolaus, Martiros Sarjan, Dunstan St. Omer, Aimé Morot, Fabio Corba, Herbert Hiesmayr, Helmut Vakily, Carlo Pellegrini, Norris Church Mailer, Tarek Marestani, Joseph Petzl, Black Hawk, Oskar Gawell, Peter Flinsch, Henri Loux, Julio Fossa Calderón, Samuel Walters, Viktor Stauffer, Robert Gattinger, Abderrahman Meliani, Hausmaler, Zoia Korvin-Krukovsky, Will Küpper, Benno Huth, Ezio Toffolutti, Meister der Einsammlung des Manna, Helmut Berninger, Václav Sochor, Edgar Klier, Johannes Baptist Waas, Jimmy Fell, G. Soest, Gustav Zindel, Károly Markó der Jüngere, Emy Ferjanc, Ibrahim Hazimeh, Johann Gustav Grunewald, Alfred Schrötter von Kristelli, Daniel Ridgway Knight, Fjodor Jakowlewitsch Alexejew, Alte Meister, Alejandra Seeber, Victor Prouvé, Anto. 290 pp. Deutsch. Seller Inventory # 9781233251759

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About this Item: Reference Series Books LLC Nov 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 290. Kapitel: Xago, Galka Scheyer, Fritz Matthies-Masuren, Nina de Garis Davies, David Pendleton Oakerhater, Sebastian Gutzwiller, Elena Luksch-Makowsky, Lisa Kümmel, Karl Hapke, Leon Schidlowsky, Fritz Ketz, Otgonbayar Ershuu, Norbert Hornig, Susanne Kessler, Arthur Kolnik, Sophie Matisse, Peter Rösel, Manuel García Moia, Not Vital, Amar Ben Belgacem, Josefine Winter, Oswaldo Guayasamín, Darío Basso, Achim Preiß, Raden Saleh, Georg Königstein, Johann Michael Kupfer, Mbongeni Buthelezi, Charles Wilda, Mole & Wolfrhine, Marianne Schneegans, Kolë Idromeno, Dieter Dressler, Václav prungl, Luigi Veronesi, Alexej von Assaulenko, Liane Collot d Herbois, Chaim Soutine, Shy Abady, Daniel Moriz Lehr, Kurt Elvers, Erika Streit, David Koloane, Noé Canjura, Uwe Ernst, Vann Nath, Mihai Sârbulescu, Waltensburger Meister, Jenny Schweminski, Gostan Zarian, Max Helas, Wenzel Lorenz Reiner, Ru ena Zátková, Rudolf Bauer, Gottfried Bernhard Göz, Carl Roesch, Erich Schönfeld, Franziska Klotz, Julie Mehretu, Lois Freeman-Fox, Hannes Schultze-Froitzheim, Akbar Behkalam, Misha Bolourie, Eberhard Göschel, Leopold von Pezold, Henri Regnault, Ramón Subercaseaux Vicuña, Joseph Melling, Robert Batty, Carl Strauss, Marlene Dumas, Mykola Schmatko, Nicolas Eekman, Sam Szafran, Eberhard Viegener, Josef Schädler, Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, Kriegsmaler, Wiktor Alexandrowitsch Pogodin, Oscar Rex, Heinz Werner Schneider, Farouk Hosny, Ermenegildo Antonio Donadini, Peter Demetz-Fëur, Wassili Dmitrijewitsch Jermilow, Malangatana Ngwenya, Pierre Patricio, Marco Ricci, Václav Hradecký, Rachel Lumsden, Zoro Mettini, John Gast, Lasar Segall, Hisham Zreiq, Marie-Thérèse Schins, Mira Schendel, Marwan Kassab-Bachi, Salah Saouli, Angenelle Thijssen, Federico Castelluccio, Horst Peter Dollinger, Otto Trubel, Wolfgang Bier, Luis Sacilotto, Miriam Schapiro, François Flameng, Arthur Goldreich, Guido Hoffmann, Erwin Spuler, Eduardo Kingman, Jakob Anton Bucher, Egidius Sadeler der Ältere, Fritz W. Schulz, Constantino Brumidi, Néstor Martín-Fernández de la Torre, Jan Laß, Severo Sarduy, Johann Jacob Eybelwieser, Manfred Beck-Arnstein, Moïse Bercovici-Erco, Johann Theodor Schultz, Jost de Laval, Adolf Friedrich Harper, Hans Joachim Sonntag, Celestin Mato Medovic, Gisèle van Waterschoot van der Gracht, Charles Wysocki, Lucy von Barclay de Tolly, Beatriz Milhazes, Michail Sabinin, Karl Lindemann-Frommel, Carl Maria Seyppel, Emina Cabaravdic-Kamber, Herbert Benedikt, Alois Kostner, Hans-Joachim Speßhardt, Demetrio Aguilera Malta, Michel Fingesten, Theodor Sternberg, Henri Le Sidaner, Jan afránek, Aziz Raza, Carlo Cazals, Édouard Debat-Ponsan, Rudolf Leitner-Gründberg, Kostas Koufogiorgos, Janis Jaunsudrabin , Egon Karl Nicolaus, Martiros Sarjan, Dunstan St. Omer, Aimé Morot, Fabio Corba, Herbert Hiesmayr, Helmut Vakily, Carlo Pellegrini, Norris Church Mailer, Tarek Marestani, Joseph Petzl, Black Hawk, Oskar Gawell, Peter Flinsch, Henri Loux, Julio Fossa Calderón, Samuel Walters, Viktor Stauffer, Robert Gattinger, Abderrahman Meliani, Hausmaler, Zoia Korvin-Krukovsky, Will Küpper, Benno Huth, Ezio Toffolutti, Meister der Einsammlung des Manna, Helmut Berninger, Václav Sochor, Edgar Klier, Johannes Baptist Waas, Jimmy Fell, G. Soest, Gustav Zindel, Károly Markó der Jüngere, Emy Ferjanc, Ibrahim Hazimeh, Johann Gustav Grunewald, Alfred Schrötter von Kristelli, Daniel Ridgway Knight, Fjodor Jakowlewitsch Alexejew, Alte Meister, Alejandra Seeber, Victor Prouvé, Anto. 290 pp. Deutsch. Seller Inventory # 9781233251759

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Ronaldo Brito

Published by Cosac & Naify Edições, São Paulo (1999)

ISBN 10: 8586374431 ISBN 13: 9788586374432

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About this Item: Cosac & Naify Edições, São Paulo, 1999. Wrappers. Condition: Very Good. 112 pages. Paperback, bound in stiff illustrated paper French fold covers. Texts in Portuguese. Some shelf and handling wear to the edges and corners of the covers, with associated shelfwear rubbing and light soiling to the covers and vertical creasing at the spine. Else, the binding remains tight and the interior is clean and free of markings. Beautifully illustrated with landmark works of art by the major proponents of the Neo-Concrete movement in Sao Paulo (Helio Oiticica, Lygia Clark, Luis Sacilotto, Waldemar Cordeiro, Milton Dacosta, Lygia Paper, and others) largely drawn from the collection assembled by the great collector Adolpho Leirner. Seller Inventory # 019728

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