'Un peruviano che vede il mondo con acchi europei e viceversa': Le infinite coste di JorgeEielson

Translated title of the contribution: 'A Peruvian that Sees the World with European Eyes and Vice versa': : the Infinite Coasts of Jorge Eielson

Luis Rebaza-Soraluz, Carlos Castro Sajami, Mariana Rodriguez Barreno

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Abstract

This study describes and explains the importance of Sardinia's geological origins, landscape, history and culture in the Peruvian Jorge Eielson's post-war writing and visual work; as well as the contemporary links between the latter's search for a modern art connected with the 'primordial' and those of the Sardinian artists Constantino Nivola, Michele Mulas and Maria Lai; and their place among a number of post-war writers and artist embarked in a quest to find in antiquity models for a future modern society.
Translated title of the contribution'A Peruvian that Sees the World with European Eyes and Vice versa': : the Infinite Coasts of Jorge Eielson
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationMaria Lai e Jorge Eielson
Subtitle of host publication100 mila stelle
Place of PublicationNuoro, Italy
PublisherMuseo d'Arte Provincia di Nuoro
Pages42-50
Number of pages9
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 12 Jul 2023

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