Art in Latin American Architecture

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Index
Abularach, Rudolfo, 65
Acosta, Wladimiro, 44
Agostini, 98
Aguinaldo, 57
Alabarda, 90, 91
"Aleijadinho, O" ( Antonio Francisco Lisboa), 39, 40
Almeida, Hector, 210-212
Alpuy, Julio, 98, 194-195
Alvarez, Augusto, 76
Alvarez, Mario Roberto, 98, 158-160
Américo, Pedro, 40
Anaya, Fernando Lopez, 58
Antonio, Celso, 79
Antúnez, Nemesio,60, 97, 105
Apartment buildings, 50, 51, 72, 183, 185; Bristol apartments, Rio de Janeiro, 46; Parque Guinle, Rio de Janeiro, 44; Prudencia Apartment Building, São Paulo, 184
Arab influence, 20, 36, 86
Arai, Alberto, 76
Arp, Jean, 140, 142, 143, 152, 154
Arroyo, Miguel, 140
Arroyo, Nicolás, 98
Arte Concreto, 15, 56, 62, 71
Artigas, Francisco, 76
Artigas, João Vilanova, 79
Aslán, José, 164, 165
Asúnsolo, Ignacio, 54
Aycinema E., Roberto, 112, 113
Aztec civilization, 23, 27, 29, 34, 35; influence and motifs, 46, 54, 75, 134, 188, 208, 210-212
Azulejos, 48, 71,72, 82, 84, 86, 88, 89, 122, 123, 130-131, 162, 168, 176-177, 184, 190-193
Babylon, Felix, 136, 138-139
Badii, Libero, 58, 59, 158
Balmes, José, 60
Bandeira, Antonio, 56, 57
Banks; Banco Boavista, Rio de Janeiro, 83; Banco de la República, Cúcuta, Colombia, 97, 109; Banks of Bogotá, 97, 124-125; in Caracas, 93; Second National Bank, Houston, Texas, 55
Barillet, Jean, 152, 172-173, 186
Barnet, M. Mazar, 165
Baroque, 15, 35,36, 38, 39, 129
Barrabas, Rafael, 58
Barragán, Luis, 210, 222, 226
Barreda, Ernesto, 60
Barrios, Armando, 62, 140, 141
Barroso, Nicolas Mariscal, 208
Beato, Augusto Pérez, 102
Benacerraf, Moisés, 92
Berjman, Edgardo, 97
Bermúdez, Cundo, 62, 98
Bermudez, Guido, 92
Bernardes, Sergio, 48, 79
Bigatti, Alfredo,58
Bigaud, Wilson, 65
Blanes, Juan M., 40
Blazsko, Martin, 58
Bloc, André, 119, 140, 153
Bogen, Carlos Gonzáles, 62, 92, 140, 151
Bolivar, Simon, 70
Bolonha, Francisco, 51, 79, 89, 170, 202-203
Bonampak, 30, 34
Bonet, Antonio, 98
Borges, Max, Jr., 98, 102
Botero, Fernando, 64, 65
Bource, Theodor, 70
Brasília, 11, 13, 48, 79, 86, 116-123
Brazil, Vital, 79
Brecheret, 79
Bulcão, Athos, 86, 120, 122, 123
Burchard, Pablo, 60
Burle Marx, Robert, 80, 83, 84, 85, 130-131, 155, 162, 167, 168, 184, 190-193, 198-201, 213, 217, 218-221
Butler, Horacio, 58
Cabrera, Roberto, 65
Cacho, Raúl, 137, 138-139
Cadena, Juvenal Moya, 94
Calder, Alexander, 140, 142, 147, 152
Camarena, Jorge Gonzalez, 54, 75, 208
Camargo, Iberê, 57
Candela, Félix, 47, 48, 73, 74, 179-180
Cantú, Federico, 75, 76, 170-171, 206-207
Capablanca y Graupera, Aquiles, 98, 99
Capanema, Gustavo, 22, 79
Cardenas, Juyeval Moya, 172-173
Caribé, 86
Carmona, Fernando Lopóz, 73, 179-180
Carral, Enrique, 76
Carreño, Mario, 50, 60, 61, 62, 97, 98, 115, 129, 166
Carreño, Omar, 62, 140
Carrington, Leonora, 222
Carvalho, Genaro, 86
Castro, Pedro Leén, 140
Castrocid, Enrique, 60
Catelli, Julio, 198-201
Celis C, C., 92
Cemetery of the Angel, Lima, 97, 181-182
Cesar, Roberto Cerqueira, 156, 184, 190-191
Ceschiati, Alfredo, 57, 88, 119, 174, 177, 178, 193, 198-201
Cetto, Max, 34, 76, 79
Charlot, Jean, 54, 75
Chavante village, 26
Chavin, sculptors of, 34
Chichen-Itza, 28, 30, 31, 34
Chimus Indians, 34
Churches and Chapels; Bom Jesus de Matozinhos, Brazil, 39, 40; Chapel of Gymnasio Moderno, Bogotá, 172-173; Chapels in Coyoacán, Mexico, 73, 179-180; La Purisima, Monterrey, Mexico, 48; of Atalaia, Entroncamento, Portugal, 88; of Our Lady of Fatima, Brasília, 86, 123; of the Miraculous Virgin, Mexico City, 73, 74; of Sanatorium of Zoquiapan, Mexico, 50; of Third Franciscan Order, Salvador, Brazil, 38, 39; Our Lady of the Carmel, Ouro Prêto, 38; St. Mary's Chapel in Ambassador Accioly's House, Petropolis, Brazil, 170; San Augustin, Acolman, Mexico, 36; São Francisco, Ouro Prêto, Brazil, 39; São Francisco, Pampulha, Brazil, 48, 83, 88, 174-178; São Francisco, Salvador, Brazil, 89
Churrigueresque style, 36, 37, 3850
Clark, Lygia, 56
Clubs; Club Juiz de Fóra Building, Brazil, 51: Club of Industrialists, Mexico City, 76; Social Club Aguirre Cerda, Santiago de Chile, 163; Vasco da Gama Yacht Club, Rio de Janeiro, 162
Codex Nuthall, 31
Collantes, Jesús García, 76
Conarvaez, Francis, 140
Coronel, Pedro, 54
Costa, Lucio, 44, 46, 47, 79, 81
Cravo, Mario, 57
Cravotto, Mauricio, 44
Cueto, German, 54, 188-189, 222
Cuevas, José Luis, 54, 55
Dacosta, Milton, 56, 57
Daneri, Eugenio, 58
Darie, Sandu, 62
da Silva, Alfredo, 65, 66
da Silva, José Antonio, 56
Dávila, Alberto, 64
de Araújo, Lili Correia, 155
de Bry, Theodore, 24
de Campos, Olavo Redig, 79, 221
de Celis, Ana, 92
de Churriguera, Jose, 36
de Herrera, Juan, 35-36
de la Cárcova, Carlos, 158
de la Fuente, Gregorio, 60
De Lamonica, Roberto, 57
de la Mora, Enrique, 48, 73, 179-180, 208
de Landa, Diego, Bishop, 35
del Junco, Emilio, 98, 209
del Moral, Enrique, 134-139
del Prado, Marina Nuñez, 65
del Prete, Juan, 58
de Mello, Eduardo Kneese, 79, 83
de Robina, Ricardo, 45, 76
de Schoon, Rosa S., 165
de Szyszlo, Fernando, 64, 97, 181-182
de Torres, Elsa Andrada, 194-195
de Velasco, Juan Martinez, 134
de Zela, Juan Pardo, 204
de Zumárraga, Juan, Bishop, 35
d'Horta, Arnaldo, Pedrosa, 86, 90
Diago, Roberto, 62
Dias, Cicero, 56
di Cavalcanti, Emiliano, 56, 86, 119, 156
Diomede, Miguel, 58
Di Prete, Danilo, 56, 86, 87
Dirube, Rolando Lopez, 98
Djanira, 56
do Amaral, Tarsila, 56
dos Prazeres, Heitor, 56
Duffaut, Préfète, 65
Duhart, Emilio, 97, 105, 114, 129
Echave, José, 58
Echeverria, Enrique, 54
Eiriz, Antonia, 160
El Silencio Plaza, Caracas, 70
"Encomienda" system, 24
Eppens, Francisco, 54, 75, 138, 139
Errázuriz, Francisco Dominguez, 166
Esguerra, Rafaél, 94, 96
Espinosa, Alvarez, 138, 139
Exhibition Halls; in Parque Ibirapuéra, São Paulo, 83; Volkswagen, São Paulo, 87
Ezcurra, Hector, 164
Factories, CIBA Pharmaceutical Plant, Churubusco, Mexico, 110; Mercedes- Benz, São Paulo, 167
Felguerez, Manuel, 69
Ferreira, Carlos Frederico, 79
Ferreira, Jorge, 168
Ferrer, Miguel, 98, 103
Figari, Pedro, 58
Fioravanti, José, 58, 158
Flexor, Sanson, 56, 71, 86, 87
Flores, Salvador Ortega, 188-189
Fonseca, Gonzalo, 101
Fontana, Lucio, 58
Forner, Raquel, 58
Forte, Vicente, 58
Fountain, Pedregal Gardens, Mexico City, 210-211
Frasconi, Antonio, 57
Friedeberg, Pedro, 15, 54
Galia, José Miguel, 92
Galvan, Jesús Guerrero, 75
Gamarra, José, 58
Gambartes, Leonidas, 58
Garafulic, Lily, 60
García, José Villagrán, 44, 72, 76, 170-171
Gas Station, Santos, Brazil, 167
Gaudi, Antonio, 72, 215
Gebhard, Enrique, 163
Giorgi, Bruno, 57, 82, 83, 88, 120, 202-203
Giorgi, Giuliana Segre, 88
Gironella, Alberto, 54
Giuliana, 90, 91
Georitz, Mathias, 54, 55, 76, 183, 222-225, 226
Goldstein, Lázaro, 185
Gonçalvez, Oswaldo Correa, 167
Goyri, Roberto Gonzáles, 113, 183
Graciano, Clóvis, 86
Grajeda M., Guillermo, 112
Grassman, Marcelo, 57, 86
Grau, Enrique, 64
Grau, Ricardo, 64
Grilo, Sarah, 58, 158
Guerrero, Xavier, 54, 75, 97, 163
Guignard, Alberto da Veiga, 56
Guillén, Asilia, 65
Gutiérrez, Sérvulo, 64
Haeussler, Carlos, 51, 183
Hardoy, Jorge Ferrari, 98
Hippolyte, Hector, 65, 66
Hitchcock, Henry Russell, 68
Hofmann, Kitzia, 72, 73, 179-180
Hofmann-Ysenbourg, Herbert, 76, 111, 179
Hojman, Jorge, 165
Hospitals and Medical Buildings; Centro Medico, Mexico City, 48, 76, 169; Colonia Saint-Bois, Uruguay, 98, 101; de Jesus, Mexico City, 17; de la Raza, Mexico, 75; Institute of Child Welfare, University of Brazil, 168; Institute of Hygiene, Mexico, 73; Medical Association of Montevideo, 99; of Social Security, Bogotá, 97; Sul América, Rio de Janeiro, 49; Tropical Disease Research Station, Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, 168; V. Larco Herrera Hospital, Lima, 97
Hotels, 50; del Prado, Mexico, 75; El Presidente, Acapulco, 183; Habana Hilton, 98; La Concha, Puerto Rico, 98, 103; Palace, Brasília, 122; Ritz, Acapulco, 208
Houses, private, 43, 45, 50, 51, 61, 87, 92, 94, 186, 187, 190-196, 208, 213, 220, 221, 227
Housing developments, 50; Centro Urbano, Bogotá, 50; Cerro Piloto, Caracas, 50; near Cuernavaca, 72, 219; Pedregulho, Rio de Janeiro, 22, 50, 83, 130, 131; President Juárez, Mexico City, 50, 188-189
Hurtado, Angel, 62
Inca civilization, 24, 27, 34
Indian influence, 23, 35, 38, 40, 46, 52, 137
Instituto de Resseguros do Brasil, 217
Iommi, Enio, 58, 158
Izquierdo, Raúl, 76
Jaimes, Humberto, 62
Jara, Cortes, 204
Jimenez, Jorge Bravo, 136
João, D., 38
Joseph, Antonio, 65
Joseph, Jasmin, 65, 196
Kabah, 30
Karajá Indians, 21
Kaspé, Vladimir, 76, 111
Katzman, Isreal, 50
Kiesler, Frederick, 14
Klumb, Henry, 98
Korngold, Luciano, 48, 79
Kosice, Gyula, 58
Krajberg, Franz, 56
Lam, Wilfredo, 60, 62, 98, 140
Landscape design, 63, 79, 80, 82, 83, 84, 126, 208-221
Lanzetta, Pablo, 94, 124-125
Larco, Jorge, 58
Larrain, Sergio, 44
Laurens, Henri, 140, 142, 146, 147
Lazano, Alfredo, 98
Lazo, Carlos, 134
Leão, Carlos Azevedo, 47, 79
Le Corbusier, 14, 42, 44, 46,79, 81, 92
Léger, Fernand, 140, 142, 144, 146, 152, 186
Lerma Water Works, Mexico City, 72, 75, 214-216
Levi, Rino, 79, 86, 156, 184, 190-191
Liautaud, Georges, 65
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 56, 83

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Picture Credits 6
  • Acknowledgments 7
  • Color Illustrations 8
  • Contents 9
  • Author's Note 11
  • Preface 13
  • Foreword 14
  • Part 1 19
  • Sources of Latin American Culture 23
  • The Pre-Columbian Heritage 27
  • Colonial Art and Architecture 35
  • Modern Architecture 42
  • Contemporary Art in Latin America 52
  • Art in Modern Architecture 68
  • Part 2 107
  • Schools 129
  • Theaters, Restaurants, Clubs and Commercial Buildings 155
  • Hospitals and Religious Buildings 168
  • Hotels, Apartment Buildings and Private Houses 183
  • Monuments and Memorials 197
  • Landscape Architecture 208
  • Experimental Architecture 222
  • Bibliography 230
  • Index 231
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