The work of Joaquín Torres-García revealed unprecedented ways of transformation for modern art on both sides of the Atlantic. Uruguayan of origin, Torres-García lived and worked in Spain and in different places in Europe, North America and South America, anticipating the cultural amplitude of the current art world, not only through his own life, but also through his interest in the primitive in a time of vanguards, the radical schematic drive of his work and the utopian dimension of his thought.
The book Joaquín Torres-García: a modern in the Arcadia has been published on the occasion of the ambitious retrospective exhibition of the same title presented in New York, Madrid and Malaga. With texts by Luis Pérez-Oramas, Geaninne Gutiérrez-Guimarães, Estrella de Diego, Alexander Alberro and Sergio Chejfec, this work illustrates, through numerous and careful reproductions, the paintings, drawings, sculptures and manuscripts of Torres-García and offers a full view of the long and extensive career of the teacher.
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