Spanish-born Pompeyo Audivert migrated to Buenos Aires in 1911. He specialized in engraving, mastering its technique to the point of becoming a central figure in the local artistic field.
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Dolinko, Silvia. “Uma lectura de la colección de grabados del Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires.” Museologia & Interdisciplinaridade, vol. I–II, no. 5, May–June 2014, pp. 171–184, doi: https://doi.org/10.26512/museologia.v3i5.15477. Accessed 18 April 2021.
Dolinko, Silvia. “Consideraciones sobre la tradición del grabado en la Argentina.” Nuevo Mundo Mundos Nuevos, 5 July 2016. OpenEdition Journals, doi: https://doi.org/10.4000/nuevomundo.69472. Accessed 26 February 2021.
Dolinko, Silvia. “Comentario sobre Ciudad.” Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, www.bellasartes.gob.ar/coleccion/obra/8398/. Accessed 26 February 2021.
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Cuadrado, Arturo. “El grabador Pompeyo Audivert.” Correo Literario, 15 March 1944, p. 5.
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Buenos Aires, Argentina (1911–1944), Mexico (1944–1942), Paris, France (1944–1950), Buenos Aires (1950–1977)
Calle Bartolomé Mitre 2300, Buenos Aires (studio); Calle Belgrano near Av. Entre Ríos, Buenos Aires (studio), Calle Humberto Primo, Buenos Aires (studio).
From 1936, the anti-fascist movement in Argentina found one of its most consistent opinion platforms in the magazine Unidad, organ of the Association of Intellectuals, Artists, Journalists and Writers (AIAPE).
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A key episode in Argentina’s muralism was the creation of an extensive muralist programme at the Galerías Pacífico in 1946, carried out by the Grupo Taller de Arte Mural.
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One of the most important platforms of Catalan communication was Ressorgiment, a monthly magazine written in Catalan, whose publication spanned the years from 1916 to 1972 and constituted 677 numbers.
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The Agrupación de Intelectuales, Artistas, Periodistas y Escritores – AIAPE (Association of Intellectuals, Artists, Journalists and Writers) was a main association that helped migrants integrate into Buenos Aires’ cultural life.
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Founded in 1924, the Asociación Amigos del Arte (Friends of the Arts Association) was a central organisation within the artistic milieu in Buenos Aires and became a relevant space of exhibition.
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