The Migration of Concretist Thought between Latin America and Europe: Max Bill, Kázmér Fejér, Tomás Maldonado and Georges Vantongerloo

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMigrants: Art, Artists, Materials and Ideas Crossing Borders
EditorsLucy Wrapson, Victoria Sutcliffe, Sally Woodcock, Spike Bucklow
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherArchetype Publications in association with the Hamilton Kerr Institute, University of Cambridge
Pages44-58
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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Gottschaller, P. (2019). The Migration of Concretist Thought between Latin America and Europe: Max Bill, Kázmér Fejér, Tomás Maldonado and Georges Vantongerloo. In L. Wrapson, V. Sutcliffe, S. Woodcock, & S. Bucklow (Eds.), Migrants: Art, Artists, Materials and Ideas Crossing Borders (pp. 44-58). London: Archetype Publications in association with the Hamilton Kerr Institute, University of Cambridge.

The Migration of Concretist Thought between Latin America and Europe: Max Bill, Kázmér Fejér, Tomás Maldonado and Georges Vantongerloo. / Gottschaller, Pia .

Migrants: Art, Artists, Materials and Ideas Crossing Borders. ed. / Lucy Wrapson; Victoria Sutcliffe; Sally Woodcock; Spike Bucklow. London : Archetype Publications in association with the Hamilton Kerr Institute, University of Cambridge, 2019. p. 44-58.

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Gottschaller, P 2019, The Migration of Concretist Thought between Latin America and Europe: Max Bill, Kázmér Fejér, Tomás Maldonado and Georges Vantongerloo. in L Wrapson, V Sutcliffe, S Woodcock & S Bucklow (eds), Migrants: Art, Artists, Materials and Ideas Crossing Borders. Archetype Publications in association with the Hamilton Kerr Institute, University of Cambridge, London, pp. 44-58.
Gottschaller P. The Migration of Concretist Thought between Latin America and Europe: Max Bill, Kázmér Fejér, Tomás Maldonado and Georges Vantongerloo. In Wrapson L, Sutcliffe V, Woodcock S, Bucklow S, editors, Migrants: Art, Artists, Materials and Ideas Crossing Borders. London: Archetype Publications in association with the Hamilton Kerr Institute, University of Cambridge. 2019. p. 44-58
Gottschaller, Pia . / The Migration of Concretist Thought between Latin America and Europe: Max Bill, Kázmér Fejér, Tomás Maldonado and Georges Vantongerloo. Migrants: Art, Artists, Materials and Ideas Crossing Borders. editor / Lucy Wrapson ; Victoria Sutcliffe ; Sally Woodcock ; Spike Bucklow. London : Archetype Publications in association with the Hamilton Kerr Institute, University of Cambridge, 2019. pp. 44-58
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