Brazil

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Avant-garde[edit]

Antropofagia[edit]

Concretism, Concrete poetry (1950s)[edit]

Poesia-práxis (1960s)[edit]

Neoconcretism[edit]

Artists

Grupo Neoconcreto (1959-61): Lygia Clark, Hélio Oiticica, Amílcar de Castro, Lygia Pape, Franz Weissmann, Ferreira Gullar.

Writings
  • Ferreira Gullar, "1ª Exposição Neoconcreta", Jornal do Brasil / Suplemento Dominical, Rio de Janeiro, 14 Mar 1959, pp 4-5. [1]
  • "Manifesto Neoconcreto", Jornal do Brasil / Suplemento Dominical, Rio de Janeiro, 21 Mar 1959, pp 4-5. Signed by Amílcar de Castro, Ferreira Gullar, Franz Weissmann, Lygia Clark, Lygia Pape, Reynaldo Jardim, and Theon Spanudis. [2] (Brazilian Portuguese)
  • Ferreira Gullar, "Teoria do não-objeto", Jornal do Brasil / Suplemento Dominical, Rio de Janeiro, 19-20 Dec 1959, p 1; repr. in Projeto Construtivo Brasileiro na Arte: 1950-1962, ed. Aracy A. Amaral, São Paulo: Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, and Rio de Janeiro: MAM-RJ, 1977, pp 85-94. Published as a key contribution to the II Exposição Neoconcreta held in Rio de Janeiro in 1960. [3] [4] [5] (Brazilian Portuguese)
    • "Theory of the Non-object", in The Object, ed. Antony Hudek, London: Whitechapel, 2014, p 120ff. (English)
  • Lygia Clark, Hélio Oiticica, Cartas, 1964-1974, ed. & intro. Luciano Figueiredo, Rio de Janeiro: UFRJ, 1996; 2nd ed., 1998, 264 pp. (Brazilian Portuguese)
  • Ferreira Gullar, Experiência neoconcreta: momento-limite da arte, eds. Augusto Massi and Julia Bussius, São Paulo: Cosac Naify, 2007, 164 pp. (Brazilian Portuguese)
Catalogues
  • Lygia Clark, Rio de Janeiro: Funarto, 1980, 60 pp. With texts by Ferreira Gullar, Mário Pedrosa, and Lygia Clark. (Brazilian Portuguese)
Literature

Arte cinética, Kinetic art[edit]

Tropicália (Tropicalismo)[edit]

Computer art[edit]

Mail art[edit]

New media art, Media culture[edit]

Media theory[edit]

See also[edit]

  • Malasartes 1, 1975. First of three issues of the magazine. [9] (Brazilian Portuguese)
  • Crítica de Arte no Brasil: temáticas contemporâneas, ed. Glória Ferreira, Rio de Janeiro: Funarte, 2006, 575 pp, PDF. Anthology of 91 texts from 80 authors, 1946-2006. (Brazilian Portuguese)
  • Claudia Calirman, Brazilian Art under Dictatorship: Antonio Manuel, Artur Barrio, and Cildo Meireles, Duke University Press, 2012. Introduction, [10]. (English)
  • Pedro R. Erber, Breaching the Frame: The Rise of Contemporary Art in Brazil and Japan, University of California Press, 2014, 248 pp. [11] (English)
  • Felipe Chaimovich, "Brazil: Art after 1980", Oxford Art Online, n.d.


Countries
avant-garde, modernism and after

Albania, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Central and Eastern Europe, Chile, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kosova, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Slovenia, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States