The Avant-garde Networks of Amauta
Argentina, Mexico, and Peru in the 1920s
In the framework of the exhibition The Avant-garde Networks of Amauta: Argentina, Mexico, and Peru in the 1920s, el Museo Reina Sofía presents a publication with the same title, editated by Asociación Museo de Arte de Lima - MALI, that bring together the artworks reproduced in the Peruvian journal Amauta (1926-1930), founded and directed by José Carlos Mariátegui (Moquegua, Peru, 1894 – Lima, Peru, 1930) and one of the most influential publications in twentieth-century art.
Conceived as a platform for the core debates on modernity, and in contrast to other avant-garde publications, Amauta was not the expression of one group, nor did it seek to impose one sole aesthetic or political programme.
Roberto Amigo, Patricia Artundo, Fernanda Beigel, Pablo Cruz, Silvia Dolinko, Lynda Klich, Ricardo Kusunoki, José Carlos Mariátegui, Natalia Majluf, Natalia de la Rosa, Horacio Tarcus, Ana Torres
- Exhibition Catalogue
- 21,2 x 29,1 cm
- Edited by:
- Asociación Museo de Arte de Lima - MALI
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