Born in Kosice (Slovakia), the four-year-old future artist Gyula Kosice reached Buenos Aires by ship in 1928. He forged ties of friendship with Grete Stern, Horacio Coppola and other artists.
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Gyula Kosice, edited by Camille Morineau, exh. cat. Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, 2013.
Gyula Kosice. 1924–2016, edited by Rodrigo Alonso, exh. cat. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, 2016.
Kosice, Gyula, and Gabriel Perez-Barreiro. Gyula Kosice en conversación con Gabriel Perez Barreiro. Fundación Cisneros, 2012.
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Fundación Kosice, Buenos Aires.
Kosice, Gyula. Kosice. Autobiografía. Ed. Asunto Impreso, 2010.
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My deepest thanks to Max Pérez Fallik in Museo Kosice.
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Buenos Aires, Argentina (1928–2016).
Museo Kosice, Calle Humahuaca 4662, Buenos Aires (former workshop and now museum).
Victoria Ocampo was one of the most influential intellectuals in Argentina. Her home became a key meeting place for exiles and locals and deeply impacted the artistic milieu.
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Grete Stern is one of the photographers that represent modern photography in Argentina. Her house in Ramos Mejía was a meeting place for local and foreign artists and intellectuals.
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Conceived in 1947 as the logo of the Arte Madí group, this photomontage was devised by two masters of the Argentinian avant-garde, Gyula Kosice and Grete Stern.
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German-born Clément Moreau had to exile to Buenos Aires due to his political activism. There, he was well integrated into the artistic milieu and published his caricatures in many publications.
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Born in Buenos Aires, Horacio Coppola is one of the photographers who represent modern photography in Argentina.
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German exile networks were very strong in Buenos Aires. From this community, Clément Moreau, a German caricaturist and anti-fascist militant, created the theatre group Truppe 38.
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