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El Taller Torres-García en colecciones privadas del Uruguay (1942-1962)
Lorente Mourelle, Rafael, Organizer
Museo Gurvich, Host institution
Torres-García, Joaquín, 1874-1949--Exhibitions.
Taller Torres-García--Exhibitions.
Art, Latin American--20th century--Exhibitions.
Art, Modern--20th century--Exhibitions.
Art--Private collections--Uruguay--Exhibitions.
Torres-García, Joaquín, 1874-1949
Taller Torres-García
Art, Latin American.
Art, Modern.
Art--Private collections.
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Exhibition catalogs. fst01424028
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Geographic Coverage
LCC: N6729.T6 A4 2017
An homage exhibition not only for the Taller Torres-García (TTG) and 24 attending artists, but also for the first collectors and friends of the workshop, who participated from 1942 until 1962, when the definitive closure of the TTG occurs. The exhibition includes only those artists who had direct contact with their teacher Joaquín Torres-García between 1942, year of the opening of the workshop and 1949, the year of the death of the master. In some cases included are works after 1962 as they maintain or extend the concepts and practices emanating from the TTG. The workshop that noted artist Joaquin Torres Garcia founded existed for 19 years (1943-1962) leaving behind a strong artistic legacy in Uruguay and those who participated in it. The TTG (as its known today) included the participation of noted artists: José Gurvich, Gonzalo Fonseca, Manuel Pailós, Julio Alpuy, Horacio Torres, Anhelo Hernández, Alceu Ribeiro,Guillermo Fernández, Jonio Montiel.
Table Of Contents
El espiritu de una generación / Vivian Honigsberg
El Taller Torres-García en colecciones privadas del Uruguay (1942-1962) / Rafael Lorente Mourelle
Coleccionistas de primera hora
Artistas y obras.
Authorized Access Point
Lorente Mourelle, Rafael, Taller Torres-García en colecciones privadas del Uruguay (1942-1962)