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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.84.2019.tde-04042019-102700
Document
Author
Full name
Araceli Barros da Silva Jellmayer Bedtche
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Goncalves, Lisbeth Ruth Rebollo (President)
Fazzolari, Cláudia
Hirano, Sedi
Peccinini, Daisy Valle Machado
Silva, Dilma de Melo
Title in Portuguese
Antonio Bento e Romero Brest: o movimento abstrato como fluxo universal
Keywords in Portuguese
Abstracionismo
Antonio Bento
Diário Carioca
Figurativismo
MAM-SP
MASP
Revista Ver y Estimar
Romero Brest
Abstract in Portuguese
Seguindo a proposta metodológica comparativa do PROLAM Programa de Pós-Graduação em Integração na América Latina da Universidade de São Paulo o presente estudo analisa a produção crítica de dois expoentes do cenário cultural latino-americano do século XX: Antonio Bento e Romero Brest. Esses autores são contemporâneos entre si e amealharam importantes contribuições para a crítica de arte de seus respectivos países, Brasil e Argentina, na consolidação do abstracionismo. Através de uma abordagem comparativa sobre ambos os críticos, destacaram-se as aproximações e diferenças nos seus discursos. Constituíram objetivos dessa pesquisa, promover um levantamento das principais questões artísticas debatidas em ambos os países, Brasil e Argentina, no arco temporal abordado (1947-61) e investigar a atuação da iniciativa privada e do Estado no contexto de construção de Projetos Culturais. Por fim, buscou-se evidenciar as contribuições de uma crítica de arte especializada na construção de uma arte abstrata como fluxo universal.
Title in English
Antonio Bento and Romero Brest: the abstract movement as a universal flow
Keywords in English
Abstractionism
Antonio Bento
Diário Carioca
Figurativism
MAM-SP
MASP
Romero Brest
Ver y Estimar magazine
Abstract in English
In accordance with the proposal of comparative methodology established by PROLAM Graduate Studies Program in Latin America Integration of the University of São Paulo this study analyzes the critical production of two renowned names in Latin Americas 20th century scene: Antonio Bento and Romero Brest. These authors were contemporaneous and amassed important contributions to the art critique in their respective countries, Brazil and Argentina, in the consolidation of abstractionism. Through a comparative approach to both critics, we highlight the similarities and differences in their discourses. This research aims at surveying the main artistic issues debated in both countries, Brazil and Argentina, within the time frame approached (1947-1961), and investigating the performance of private and governmental initiatives in the context of building Cultural Projects. Ultimately, we sought to evince the contributions of an art critique specialized in building abstract art as a universal flow.
 
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2019-04-04
 
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