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LUIGI RUSSOLO Y JOAQUÍN TORRES-GARCÍA: DESLIZAMIENTOS MUSICALES Y CIRCULACIONES ESOTÉRICAS

Abstract : ABSTRACT: We follow the pictorial and musical career so different of two painters of the early twentieth century: the uruguayan Joaquin Torres-Garcia and the Italian Luigi Russolo. Both comprise the forefront of the moment, one from Constructivism and the other from Futurism, working together for the magazine " Cercle et Carré " , in Paris. Both are making a subtle alchemy of music and painting, one without abandoning the latter, the other removing the plastic arts to innovate from music. Analyze the theoretical influence of theosophy among members of the magazine provides insight subsequent topics both aesthetic, particularly for understanding the recurring themes in creator of the Latin American constructivism.
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Edgard Vidal. LUIGI RUSSOLO Y JOAQUÍN TORRES-GARCÍA: DESLIZAMIENTOS MUSICALES Y CIRCULACIONES ESOTÉRICAS. Fênix : Revista de História e Estudos Culturais, Universidade Federal de Uberlândia, 2014. ⟨halshs-01855677⟩

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