Table of contents for Inverted utopias : the avant-garde in Latin America / Mari Carmen Ramirez, Hector Olea.


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Contents
Foreword
Peter C. Marzio
Acknowledgments
Lenders to the Exhibition 
Introduction
Mari Carmen Ramírez and Héctor Olea
A Highly Topical Utopia: The Exhibition as Heterotopia
Mari Carmen RamírezThe Constellations
Universal and Vernacular
Anthropophagic Utopia: Barbarian Metaphysics
Benedito Nunes
Xul's Innermost Experience: The Verbivocovisual Presentiment
Héctor Olea
Inversions: The School of the South
Mari Carmen Ramírez
Parcours
Play and Grief
Of Terrorism in the Arts
Ángel Rama
Posh Art and Post-Historic Art: Argentina (1957@-1965)
Marcelo Pacheco
The Anti-Aesthetics of an Art of Chaos
Héctor Olea
Furniture as Frame
Marta Traba
Parcours
Progression and Rupture
Vital Structures: The Constructive Nexus in South America
Mari Carmen Ramírez
The Ruptura Group and Concrete Art
Ana Maria Belluzzo
Parcours
Vibrational and Stationary
The Vertical Screen
Olivier Debroise
Neither Here Nor There
Ariel Jiménez
Gego and the Analytic Context of Cinetismo
Luis Pérez Oramas
Parcours
Touch and Gaze
Julio Le Parc, Promoter of Technological Art
Saúl Yurkiévich
The Hand and the Glove
Paulo Herkenhoff
To Return Earth to the Earth: A Paradox of Containment
Guy Brett
Parcours
Cryptic and Committed
On the Subject of Waldemar Cordeiro's Popcretos
Max Bense
The Critical Painting of José Balmes
Justo Pastor Mellado
León Ferrari, from the Drawing of Texts to the Texture of Poetry
Héctor Olea
Tactics for Thriving on Adversity: The Origins of Conceptualism in Latin Americ
Mari Carmen Ramírez
Parcours
Versions, Inversions, Subversions: The Artist as Theoretician
Héctor Olea
Documents
Dogma and Resistance
Universal and Vernacular
Play and Grief
Progression and Rupture
Vibrational and Stationary
Touch and Gaze
Cryptic and Committed
Biographies
Exhibition Checklist
MFAH Credits
Rights and Reproductions Credits




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Art, Latin American 20th century Exhibitions, Avant-garde (Aesthetics) Latin America History 20th century Exhibitions