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Calle Moreno 1139, Buenos Aires (editorial office).
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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Cane, James. “‘Unity for the Defense of Culture’: The AIAPE and the Cultural Politics of Argentine Antifascism, 1935–1943.” The Hispanic American Historical Review, vol. 77, no. 3, August 1997, pp. 443–482, doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/00182168-77.3.443. Accessed 23 April 2021.
Mendiola, Pedro. “La revista ‘Unidad por la Defensa de la Cultura’.” Río de la Plata, no. 29–30, 2006, pp. 307–318.
Pasolini, Ricardo. “El Nacimiento De Una Sensibilidad Política. Cultura Antifascista, Comunismo y Nación En La Argentina: Entre La AIAPE y El Congreso Argentino De La Cultura, 1935-1955.” Desarrollo Económico, vol. 45, no. 179, October–December 2005, pp. 403–433. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/3655905. Accessed 14 April 2021.
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Centro de Documentación e Investigación de la Cultura de Izquierdas (CeDInCI), Buenos Aires, http://cedinci.org/.
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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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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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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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Luis Seoane is an artist mainly known for his murals, paintings and illustrations. He spent his childhood and youth in Galicia, before settling in Buenos Aires in 1936.
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