Manifesto invencionista

In 1946 at the start of the concrete art movement in Argentina, the Manifesto invencionista (Inventionist Manifesto) was authored by artist Tomás Maldonado and published by the group Asociación Arte Concreto-Invención.

Concrete art is abstract art which is not based on any observed reality.

The manifesto was signed by the artists Edgar Bayley, Antonio Caraduje, Simón Contreras, Alfredo Hlito, Enio Iommi, Obdulio Landi, Raúl Lozza, Rembrandt van Dyck Lozza, Tomás Maldonado, Alberto Molenberg, Primaldo Mónaco, Oscar Nuñez González, Lidy Prati, Jorge Souza and Matilde Werbin. Some of these artists are also associated with Perceptismo

Related subject: De Stijl

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