Premio Di Tella 65    Design by Juan Carlos Distefano for the Instituto Di Tella, Buenos Aires 1965

Premio Di Tella Designed by Juan Carlos Distefano in the Distefano eventually abandoned graphic design and became a full time sculptor.

crazy // Design by Juan Carlos Distefano for the Instituto Di Tella, Buenos Aires 1964

Premio Di Tella Designed by Juan Carlos Distefano in the Distefano eventually abandoned graphic design and became a full time sculptor. Some catalogs from the MNBA.

“Civilização Ocidental e Cristã” foi criada para o salão do Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, por León Ferrari  (1964)

Conheça a arte política de León Ferrari, crítico da Igreja e do governo militar

Rubén Santantonín and Marta Minujín, La menesunda, 1965, Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires

Rubén Santantonín and Marta Minujín, La menesunda, 1965, Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires

Marta Minujín in front of her work Importación Exportación at the Instituto Torcuato Di Tella1968

Marta Minujín in front of her work Importación Exportación at the Instituto Torcuato Di Tella1968

Marta Minujin, una exposición en el Instituto Di Tella en 1968

Marta Minujin, una exposición en el Instituto Di Tella en 1968

Rubén Santantonín and Marta Minujín, La menesunda, 1965, Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires

Rubén Santantonín and Marta Minujín, La menesunda, 1965, Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires

Exhibition 'Experiencias 68' at the Instituto Torcuato Di Tella of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Removal and destruction of all the exhibiton by their own artists after the closure by the police of the art piece called 'Bathroom' by Roberto Plate, to protest against censorship and the wave of potilical repression in Argentina.

Exhibition 'Experiencias 68' at the Instituto Torcuato Di Tella of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Removal and destruction of all the exhibiton by their own artists after the closure by the police of the art piece called 'Bathroom' by Roberto Plate, to protest against censorship and the wave of potilical repression in Argentina.

Año 1968. Instituto Di Tella. El artista plástico Oscar Bony exhibió en vivo a la familia de un obrero matricero (con su mujer y su hijo) contratado por el doble de su salario usual para que hicieran su vida cotidiana durante el horario de visita de la muestra.

Año 1968. Instituto Di Tella. El artista plástico Oscar Bony exhibió en vivo a la familia de un obrero matricero (con su mujer y su hijo) contratado por el doble de su salario usual para que hicieran su vida cotidiana durante el horario de visita de la muestra.

Oscar Bony, La Familia Obrera, en el instituto Di Tella, Argentina, 1968

Oscar Bony, La Familia Obrera (Working Class Family), in the exhibition Experiences at Instituto Di Tella, Argentina, 1968

El Di Tella

El Di Tella

Marta Minujín Instituto Di Tella

Marta Minujín in Paris with her work Mattress before destruction Courtesy the artist

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