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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Beginning in this period, Hlito played a crucial role in the development of geometric art in Argentina; in particular, he is recognized for articulating the ideas of Concrete art. They wanted to make works of art that were not abstractions of the real, but real in and of themselves. Hlito thought of pxine design as aesthetic science and believed it could be put to use to create a collective art that fostered a more direct relationship between man and object.
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With its graphic acuteness and formal tidiness, Formas en el plano evokes systems of annotation and means of visual communication. Hlito made a long career of fusing principles of graphic design and theory through the medium of oil painting.
After returning to Argentina, he continued to work in graphic design and painting, exploring more spontaneous brushwork and architectural compositions. Using paint in a gestural way, Deira showcases its capacity to drip, splatter, and produce chalky effects on a dry surface.
The use of vibrant primary colors, set against the extremes of black and white, maximizes the impact of the palette. The two subjects in the painting are incompletely described in the physical sense. By depicting their busts in profile, Deira foregrounds their unusual, if not menacing, contours.
The featureless skull with beak on the left and the small bulbous head on the right can be read as either human-beast creatures or as masked figures. Their bodies are mostly absent: Standing near one another and looking in the same direction, the two figures take part in a seemingly sinister event, perhaps more as observers than as participants.
This work takes its name from a three-part text—written by British-American revolutionary Thomas Paine and published between and —that challenged institutionalized religion.
A bestseller in the United States, its distribution was prohibited in Britain, as authorities feared the text would tho,as political radicalism. More evocative than descriptive, this work is particularly irreverent in tone.
Ernesto Deira et al. Avant-Garde Art in Latin America, ed. Yale University Press, Other works in the series make an even greater use of haze and paint-dispersion techniques, evoking a more ethereal mood.
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Featuring striking contrasts of positive and negative space, the Monstruos drawings are based on xe, unorthodox compositions where the images perch at the edge of, or emerge from, the extremes of the drawing. In this particular drawing, thin, short strokes create a profusion of fine tendrils dispersing from a mass of lines.
An underlying black mesh contributes to the perceived density of the marks. The accumulated lines congregate most tightly near their black centers, suggesting adjacent pairs tazon nests or sets of eyes.
Accentuated by red dots with yellow centers, they peer out from the nothingness of the sparely defined space. Renart tested the parameters of two- and three-dimensional media, making works in which sculptures and drawings emerge from and meld into one another. Remember me on this computer. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link.
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