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Original languageSpanish
Number of pages17
JournalQuaderni Ibero Americani
Publication statusSubmitted - 2018

Bibliographical note

The submission of this text responds to an invitation made by the editor of a special issue on the work of Jorge Eduardo Eielson.

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Abstract

This essay offers an evaluation of the contribution of Jorge Eielson to cosmopolitan modernism. It argues that Eielson gives form to the universalization of art in Peru by articulating national aesthetic discourses within the core of postwar European aesthetic discourses. This contribution resembles that carried out by 1930s modernism since consists of the construction, from the periphery, an 'ultramodernist' product that, due to its 'universality', can be applied in Europe or in any other part of the world.
This text corresponds to the last section of chapter 5, 'The Ultramodernism of Eielson', published in Luis Rebaza Soraluz, 'De ultramodernidades y sus contemporáneos', Lima, Fondo de Cultura Económica, Casa de la Literatura Peruana, 2017.

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