Jorge Luis Borges declared that the “newest aesthetic,” Ultraism, is the poetic alternative to “the prevailing Rubenism and Anecdotalism.” He remarked that one . forms and, reciprocally, Jorge Luis Borges wrote poems based on his . López’s El ultraísmo de Sevilla (The Ultraism of Seville, ) and. Ultraísmo is an early twentieth-century art movement which Ultraísmo developed in Spanish America when Jorge Luis Borges, who had.
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This essay argues for an interpretation of Ultraism as a case of hybridity that incorporated disparate avant-garde tendencies – Cubism, Futurism, Dadaism and Expressionism obrges in order to overcome the boryes modernista tradition.
Although this vanguard movement never acquired a privileged position within European experimentalism, it possessed a thriving history in Latin America, where it took roots in the main capitals – Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Caracas, Santiago – and adopted new forms thanks to the efforts of Jorge Luis Borges and Guillermo de Torre. This essay examines a series of poems by Guillermo de Torre, Xavier Boveda, Rafael Lasso de la Vega, Jorge Luis Borges and Volt in order to reflect on avant-garde cross-fertilizations and the impact of pictorial images on poetic language.
Along these lines, the Spanish episode of Jorge Luis Borges and Norah Borges is a model case of artistic cross-disciplinarity. Refusing to be confined to an isolated stance, Ultraism partook of migratory movements and exchanges, furthering extremely fertile alignments that conditioned its hybrid identity.
Cross-disciplinarity ultrajsmo cross-fertilizations between historical avantgardes ; reception studies ; Dada in Spain ; Expressionism in Spain ; visual poetry ; word-image relationships ; literary soirees serate and veladas. User Account Log in Register Help.
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Abstract This essay argues for an interpretation of Ultraism as a case of hybridity that incorporated disparate avant-garde tendencies – Cubism, Futurism, Dadaism and Expressionism – in order to overcome the preceding modernista tradition. About the article Published Online: By using the comment function on degruyter. A respectful treatment of one another is important to us.
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