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José Gurvich: Constructive Imagination

Friday, September 30, 2005

This is the catalogue of the first solo institutional exhibition of Uruguayan artist José Gurvich in New York. This important exhibition of paintings, drawings, and ceramics, produced between 1957 and 1973, examines Gurvich’s role in the School of the South as a student of Joaquin Torres-García and an exponent of constructivism nationally and internationally. ... Read More

Havana: The Revolutionary Moment

Friday, May 31, 2002

Burt Glinn's photographs—of Fidel thronged by his fellow Cubans along the road to Havana, of troops embracing, and of fierce men and women taking up arms in the streets—are full of the revolutionary fervor and idealistic anticipation that characterized that moment in Cuban history. ... Read More

Pictures of You

Sunday, March 31, 2002

Rather than simply presenting a set of pictures, the works drawn for Pictures of You by the four Mexican artists, Inaki Bonillas, Minerva Cuevas, Mario Garcia-Torres, and Yoshua Okon, can be seen as artistic propositions that underline the significance and potential of imagination. ... Read More