Antonio Berni : Juanito and Ramona / Mari Carmen Ramírez y Marcelo E. Pacheco; with essays by Guillermo David, Andrea Giunta, Héctor Olea, Marcelo E. Pachecho, Mari Carmen Ramírez y Michael Wellen; edited by Héctor Olea y Mari Carmen Ramírez.--

By: The Museum of Fine Arts (Houston)Contributor(s): Pacheco, Marcelo E | Olea, Héctor | David, Guillermo | Giunta, Andrea | Ramírez, María Carmen | Wellen, Michael | Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires. Colección CostantiniMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: Buenos Aires : Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires. Colección Costantini.-- 2014Description: 400 p. : il.; fot.; 31,5 cm.--ISBN: 978030019648Subject(s): BERNI, ANTONIO, 1905-1981 | ARTISTAS ARGENTINOS -- SIGLO 20
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Table of contents: p.11.--

Founders of the Latin American Art Collection and the International Center for the Arts of the Americas at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: p.12.--

Organizational credits for Malba - Fundación Costantini: p.13.--

Forewords: p.14--

Acknowledgments: p.16.--

Lenders to the exhibition: p.17.--

Juanito Laguna and Ramona Montiel: two extinct creations, by Marcelo E. Pacheco: p.21.--

Berni and his reality without "isms", by Héctor Olea: p.33.--

Antonio Bernis savage mind: social lyricism, dreamlike kitsch, and technical innovation, by Guillermo David: p.53.--

Ramona lives her life, by Andrea Giunta: p.69.--

Juanito and Ramona in Paris: everyday myths or third-world icons?, by Mari Carmen Ramírez: p.83.--

Reaching New Jersey: Antoni Berni in the United States: p.105.--

Works in exhibition: p.119.--

Selection of period documents by or about Antonio Berni and his fictitious characters by Berni, José Viñals, Ernesto Sábato, and Louis Aragon.--: p.315.--

Victoria Giraudo and Inés Berni in collaboration tith The Internacional Center for the Arts of the Americas at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: p.315.--

Checklist of exhibition: p.370.--

Contributors: p.384.--

Index: p.388.--

Copyright and photographic credits: p.400.--

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Contiene datos biográficos.--

This exhibition was organized by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and Malba, Fundación Costantini, Buenos Aires.--



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