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Title: Poster of Vincente Preview, November 23 to December 11 1965
Authors: Vincente, Esteban
Keywords: Rhodes Art Collection
Issue Date: 1965
Publisher: Memphis, Tenn. : The Art Department of Rhodes College
Abstract: Vincente was a member of the first generation of abstract expressionists. During his long career, he studied shape, light and the possibilities of pigment. During the 1920s Vicente became fully involved in Madrids Generation of 27, a group of poets, artists, and other intellectuals interested in the avant-garde. He exhibited for several years in Paris, Barcelona, and Madrid and them moved to New York in 1936. The influential galleries and critics of Abstract Expressionism recognized Vicente’s work as being of central importance to the era.
Vincente was a member of the first generation of abstract expressionists and was part of the most influential circles of his generation. During the course of his long studied shape, light and the possibilities of pigment. During the 1920s Vicente became fully imnvolved in Madrid’s culture, including the “Generation of ‘27”, a group of poets, artists, and other intellectuals interested in the avant-garde. He exhibited for several years in Paris, Barcelona, and Madrid, then moved to New York in 1936. The influential galleries and critics in New York recognized Vicente’s bold work as being of central importance to the era.
Description: This is a picture of two red shapes with yellow and grey. Artwork photographed by Hannah Gysin '12, Rhodes Student Associate in the Visual Resource Center, in 2010.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10267/7766
Appears in Collections:Art Department Collection of Artwork

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