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Joaquín Torres-Garcia was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, in By the turn of the century he had relocated to Spain, where he attended the Escola Municipal d'Arts I Oficis, the Escola Oficial de Belles Artes La Llotja and the Academia Baixas, becoming a central figure in the Catalonian artistic scene of the early 20th century.5/5(4).

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InJoaquin Torres Garcia published his first book Notes of Art and founded the School of Decorative Arts in Sarria.

He began publishing texts about Noucesntisme. InTorres Garcia turned his focus towards designing wooden toys. For the next decade, he did not participate in any theoretical discussions and did not publish.

The Joaquín Torres-García Catalogue Raisonné is a scholarly resource dedicated to the documentation of the paintings and sculptures of the Uruguayan modernist artist Joaquín Torres-García ().

Joaquín Torres-García, (born JMontevideo, Uruguay—died Aug. 8,Montevideo), Uruguayan painter who introduced Constructivism to South America. In Torres-García moved with his family from Uruguay to Spain, where they lived in he began studying academic painting at Barcelona’s Academy of Fine Arts.

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A charismatic hero of Latin American Constructivism, Joaquín Torres-García () is revered today as one of Latin America's most influential artists.

He was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, and was the founder of the Taller Torres-García, the most significant art educational community of its time, modeled after the Bauhaus.

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This online publication includes comprehensive information about Torres-García's art, exhibition history, and literary references, as well as a chronology with. InJoaquin Torres Garcia published his most influential theorist work, ‘Universalismo Constructivo’. The art was an integration of Renaissance style, European formalism, and the mystic character from primitive art.

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Joaquín Torres-García (Uruguay, ), like Pablo Picasso, had the courage to experiment constantly and he left a vast body of work in a wide range of media: paintings, sculptures, drawings, books, toys, frescoes, murals and monuments.

Museo Picasso Málaga presented a major retrospective featuring works by an artist who claimed that “our North is the South”. Background Ethnicity: Joaquín Torres García’s father, Joaquim Torras Fradera, was of a Catalan origin and the artist’s mother, Maria Garcia Pérez, came from Montevideo, Uruguay and had ancestors from Andalusia and Canary Islands.

Joaquín Torres García was born on Jin Montevideo, Uruguay. He was a son of Joaquim Torres Fradera, a small merchant, and.

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Joaquin Torres-García, América Invertida (Inverted America),ink on paper, 22 x 16 cm (Fundación Torres García, Montevideo) “Our North is the South.” So Joaquín Torres-García proudly announced in in The School of the South Manifesto, in which he articulated his ideas about the direction of Uruguayan, and indeed all Latin.

Uruguayan, – Wikipedia entry Introduction Joaquín Torres García (28 July – 8 August ) was a Spanish Uruguayan artist, son of Catalan father and a Uruguayan mother, born in Montevideo, where he lived through his childhood. Joaquín Torres García, “Composition” (), oil on canvas, 36 1/8 x 24 inches. The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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Universalismo Constructivo is the title of the book that gathers the lectures presented by Torres García from his return to Uruguay in to In Editorial Poseidón of Buenos Aires published this book of over pages, that, under this title states: CONTRIBUTION TO THE UNIFICATION OF THE ART AND CULTURE OF AMERICA.

Joaquín TORRES-GARCÍA, Constructif avec poisson ocre, Oil on fabric 28 3/4 x 23 5/8 in. (73 x 60 cm.) Universalismo Constructivo- A synthesis between the geometric aesthetics of Constructivism and the symbols of pre-Columbian cultures that was developed by Joaquín Torres-García after he returned to Montevideo in Over a decade, the artist explained his ideas.

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