Walnut box with bronze, brass plate with etching and engraving and wool feltPearl Cardinal, silkscreen  
boxes and unique works on paper
Rimer Cardillo
 
Rimer Cardillo Born in Montevideo, Uruguay, 1944

Education:
National School of Fine Arts, Montevideo (MFA, 1968)
Weissenssee School of Art & Architecture, Berlin (1970)
Leipzig School of Graphic Arts, Leipzig, Germany (1971)

Lives in the Hudson Valley and New York, NY
 

Rimer Cardillo, Unique Works on Paper, Jun 25 - Aug 8 2010

Of Unique Works on Paper:

Rimer Cardillo, Guggenheim and Pollock Prize sculptor, graphic, and installation artist contructs an imaginary South American landscape fused with his current home in the Hudson Valley. He celebrates the ancient art of the woodcut, often fusing it with modern photographic technology. The imagery is of his Hudson Valley pond and estancias of South America—fusing the natural world of his home in the United States with his native Uruguay. We see images of wheel barrows and hay in the form of the cupi, literally ant hill, of South America. The dogs on the estancia are Cimarrones, a mixed breed of wild Uruguayan dog and European domesticated ones. The political is ever present, as Cardillo is acutely aware of the demise of native peoples and animals in his homeland.

 

Of Cardillo's Boxes:

Cardillo's series of boxes encapsulate environments, objects, and images that he came into contact with and imagined during his travels in the Amazon Rain Forest and in the landscape of New York's Hudson Valley.


These boxes from a traveler also represent ideas and thoughts that I have played with while involved in different art projects in this last decade. I sketch things I see and images that come to mind while I traverse many realities and environments.
I work closely with carpenters and bronze casters, these boxes intend to show the excellence and sophistication of craftsmanship obtained by family trained, traditional artisans.

The etching and engraving brass and copper plates that I produce for printmaking are included in the boxes. In this case the plates show a metalsmith refinement and they work as an art object by themselves.
These containers and their objects, drawings in metal, ceramic pieces, engraved small bronzes, were finished for close examination and tactile contact with the materials. It is the intent for the viewer to experience the unity of concept and craft as an expression of the human knowledge.
-- Rimer Cardillo


For Cardillo, the box itself possesses a metaphorical plurality and psychological dualism; in some cases an object gathered into a box had already appeared in a print, while in other instances items accumulated within a collection would only infiltrate into the artist's printmaking repertoire with time. Eventually, the Collection Boxes and their contents became the central subject matter and the primary source materials for Cardillo's art. -- Karl Emil Willers, Curator of Impressions (and other images of memory), Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art


In some of the Birds of Gardiner prints, as many as eight colors of ink have been applied to create the rich texture of the final image — and a single color could be passed through the screen more than once to create a dozen or more layers of ink on each sheet.

...unique variations were made in which Cardillo began by sponging ink directly on the paper to form an intense puddle or stain on which the image was then screened. Cooler and more brilliant shades such as lavender or rose were also used to create, from one screen, an array of variations — with both subtle and striking differences. -- Karl Emil Willers



Selected Solo Exhibitions

2010
Rimer Cardillo: Cupí. Museum of Kiscell, Medieval Trinitarian Space, Budapest, Hungary
Unique Works on Paper, Chace-Randall Gallery, Andes, New York
Sinergia del micro y el macrcosmo, Galeria del Paseo Arte Contemporaneo, Manantiales, Punta del Este, Uruguay
2009
New Carapaces and Bronzes, Galeria del Paseo Arte Contemporaneo, Manantiales, Punta del Este, Uruguay
Exposition Rimer Cardillo. ExAcadémie Libanaise des Beaux-Arts ALBA, Beirut, Lebanon

2008
ARTEBA’08 International Art Fair, Open Space, La Rural, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Works on Paper and Carapaces, Galeria del Paseo Arte Contemporaneo, Manantiales, Punta del Este, Uruguay

2007
Caparazones cajas y pajaros, del Paseo Arte Contemporaneo, Montevideo, Uruguay
Birds by Rimer Cardillo, Chace-Randall Gallery, Andes, NY
Trabajos sobre papel y algunas cajas, del Paseo Arte Contemporaneo, Punta del Este, Manantiales, Maldonado, Uruguay
2006
Tattooed Bird Boxes, Medialia Gallery, New York
2004
Impressions (and Other Images of Memory), Samuel Dorsky Museum, State University of New York, New Paltz
2001
Cupí degli Uccelli, Venice Biennial
Vanishing Habitats, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, Miami
1999
Ñandú, The Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York
1998
Rimer Cardillo: Araucaria, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York
The Squirrel My Grandma Never Saw, Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York
1996
Pachamazon, Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York
1995
Catafalque, Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York
1994
Espinillo, National Museum of Anthropology, Montevideo
1992
Rimer Cardillo: Works on Paper, Galeria Sur, Punta del Este, Uruguay
1991
Charrúas y Montes Criollos, Salon Municipal de Exposiciones and Museo Fernando Garcia, Montevideo
1989
Rimer Cardillo: Altares, INTAR Gallery, New York
Rimer Cardillo: Grabados en relieve, Museo Rayo, Roldanillo, Valle, Colombia
1988
Rimer Cardillo, Bachus Gallery, Boras, Sweden
Rimer Cardillo, Monica Betnbasat Gallery, Norrkoping, Sweden
Rimer Cardillo, Galeria Latina, Montevideo
1986
Obra Reciente: Rimer Cardillo, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Montevideo
Rimer Cardillo, Strand Gallery, Sodertalje, Sweden
1984
Works On Paper, Gallery 101, Malmo, Sweden
1983
Rimer Cardillo, Galeria Vermeer, Buenos Aires
Rimer Cardillo: Grabados, Galeria Latina, Montevideo
1982
Rimer Cardillo: Barroquismos Latinos, INTAR Gallery, New York
1980
Rimer Cardillo, Southern Illinois University Museum, Carbondale
1978
Rimer Cardillo, Trapecio Gallery, Lima
1977
Rimer Cardillo, Condado Gallery, San Juan, Puerto Rico
1975
Rimer Cardillo, Gerdao Gallery and Allianca Francesa, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Rimer Cardillo, Museo del Grabado, Buenos Aires
1973
Chicharras y Mariposas Nocturnas, Galeria Losada, Montevideo
1968
Rimer Cardillo: Grabados, Galeria Amigos del Arte, Montevideo
 
Selected Group Exhibitions

2009
The VIth Novosibirsk International Biennial of contemporary Graphic Art, Novosibirsk, Russia 2009.
Patterns in Practice, Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs, Long Island City, NY
Rimer Cardillo / Darryl Lauster. The Gallery at The University of Texas at Arlington. Arlington, TX
Exposition Rimer Cardillo. ExAcadémie Libanaise des Beaux-Arts ALBA, Beirut, Lebanon
New Carapaces and Bronzes, Galería del Paseo Arte Contemporáneo, Manantiales, Punta del Este, Uruguay

2008
International Print Show La huella del grabado (The mark of Print II), Cultural Center of the Catholic University of Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador
Buenos Aires Photo 2008, International Photography Art Fair Exhibition, “Sets for insects”, Del Paseo Gallery Stand, Buenos Aires, Argentina
On Paper: Nature, Line and Layer, Chace-Randall Gallery, Andes, NY
20th Anniversary Exhibition, The Museum of Contemporary Art at Hongik University, Seoul, Korea
2007
Prints Tokyo 2007 International Print Exhibition,
Tokyo, Japan
Episodes and Itineraries: Graphic Installations by South American Artists, Sherman Gallery, Boston, MA
2006
Vanishing Boundaries, The Pearl Gallery, Stone Ridge, NY
2005
Cupí and Birds of Clay, Oil and Ashes, THRUST – The 26th Biennial of Graphic Arts Ljubljana
Myths , Science, Metaphors: Rimer Cardillo and Jani Konstantinovski Puntos, Jagiellonian Library, Cracow, Poland
Art of the Print, Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C.
Contradicciones y Convivencias: Arte de America latina 1981-2000. Luis Angel Arango Library in Bogota, Colombia. Inter-American Development Bank, Washington D.C
2004
Pájaros de aceite, barro y ceniza, Bienal del Barro, Centro Lía Bermúdez, Maracaibo, Venezuela
2003
From the Purple Land to the Hudson River Valley, Tate Modern, London
International Print Triennial of Cracow
Metaphors of Caribbean and Latin American Trans-nationalism,
Dominik Rostworowski gallery in Krakow, L'espace Alexandre Dumas inParis
Selections: A Shriek from an Invisible Box, Medialia Art Gallery, New York
2002
Premio Figari, Museo de Artes Visuales, Montevideo
Rayuela/Hopscotch: 15 Contemporary Latin American Artists
The University Art Gallery at The University of Scranton,
The Mahady Gallery at Marywood University, Pennsylvania
2001
Paraíso, Second Biennial of Buenos Aires
A Shriek from an Invisible Box, Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo
2000
Really Big Prints, National Prints Invitational, Rockford College Art Gallery, Rockford, Illinois
1999
Prints by Latin American Masters, Chateau d' Argenteuil, Waterloo, Belgium
1997
First Mercosul Biennial, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Landcapes: An Exhibition of Sculpture, The Washington Sculptors Group and Art Museum of the Americas, Organization of American States, Washington, D.C.
Contemporary Latin American Art from the Ulla and Greger Ollson Art Collection, Kultur Centrum, Ronneby, Sweden
1996
In the Making: The First Ten Years of the Permanent Collection, Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York
Segunda Bienal del Barro de America, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Sofia Imber, Caracas
1995
Twenty-fifth Anniversary exhibition, Artists Talk Back: Reaffirming Spirituality, Part III, El Museo del Barrio, New York
Confronting Nature: Silenced Voices, Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, Orange, California
Grabadores Latinoamericanos y del Caribe 1960-1970, Instituto de Cultura Puertorriquena, San Juan
1994
Rejoining the Spiritual: The Land in Contemporary Latin American Art, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore
Fifth Havana Biennial, Havana
inSITE94, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, California and Tijuana, Mexico
1993
Revelaciones/Revelations: Hispanic Art of Evanescence, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca
Personal Choice: Selections from Four Penn Alumni Collections, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Quincentenary: Recollections/Resistances/Reconstructions, Hillwood Art Museum, Long Island University, Brookville
1992
Uncommon Ground: 23 Latin American Artists, College Art Gallery, State University of New York, New Paltz
Remerica! Amerika 1492-1992, Bertha and Leubsdorf Art Gallery, Hunter College, New York
Bienal del Barro de America, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Sofia Imber, Caracas
Rediscoveries: The Mythmakers, Jamaica Arts Center, Jamaica, New York
Five Centuries after the Collision: Five Contemporary Artists' Visions, The Art Gallery, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn
1991
Dissimilar Identity, Scott Alan Gallery, New York
1990
China: June 4, P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City
La ecologia a traves de la plastica (traveling exhibition), Galeria Latina, Club del Lago, Punta del Este, Uruguay
Sculpture of the Americas into the Nineties, Art Museum of the Americas, Organization of American States, Washington, D.C.
Azaceta, Cardillo, and Frigerio, Opus Gallery, Miami
1989
Earth: Latin Americas Visions (traveling exhibition), Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, New York
Ceremony of Memory: New expressions in Spirituality among Contemporary Hispanic Artists (traveling exhibition), Center for Contemporary Arts of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico
100 Years of Uruguayan Art by Seven Artists, Venezuelan Arts Center, New York
Eighteenth International Biennial of Graphic Art, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
Ninth Norwegian International Print Triennial, Fredrikstad, Norway
Fourth International Biennial Print exhibition, Taipei, Taiwan
¡Mira! Hispanic Art Tour III (traveling exhibition), El Museo del Barrio, New York
1988
Contemporary Art from Uruguay, Tretiakov Gallery, Moscow
Paper Visions II: Contemporary Latin American Art, Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport
Twelfth International Print Biennial, Cracow, Poland
Primer Encuentro Internacional de Grabado, Museo Nacional de Artes Plasticas, Montevideo
1986
Second Havana Biennial, Havana
Bienal Latinoamericana de Arte Sobre Papel, Buenos Aires
Three Artists from the Permanent Collection, Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York
1985
Selected Artists from the Eighth British International Print Biennial, Southampton Art Gallery and Artspace Galleries, Aberdeen, England
1984
The Symbology of Transformation: Rimer Cardillo and Mariu, Mason Gross School of the Arts Gallery, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick
1983
World Print Tour, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco
Recent Editions, Americas Society, New York
1982
Contemporary Art from Uruguay, Instituto Ibero-Americano, Berlin
1980
Eighth International Print Biennial, Cracow, Poland
1976
V Bienale Internazionale Della Grafica, Pallazzo Strozzi, Florence
1975
Eleventh International Print Biennial, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
1974
Bienal Internacional de Obra Grafica y Arte Seriado, Segovia, Spain
Intergrafik International Exhibition, Berlin
1973
Xylon VI, International Triennial Exhibition of Woodcuts, Museum of Geneva, Switzerland
1969
International Drawing Prix Joan Miro, Barcelona
Art from Uruguay, Kunsthalle Berlin, Berlin
1967
XXX National Fine Arts Exhibition, Montevideo
 
Public Collections
Albion College, Department of Visual Arts, Albion, Michigan
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo
Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago
Art Museum, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Biblioteca Nacional, Caracas
Bibliotheque National de Paris, Paris
California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland
Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati
Instituto de Cultura Puertorriquena, San Juan
Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Mexico City
Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York
Museo de Arte Americano, Cuzco, Peru
Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Puerto Rico, San Juan
Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Sofia Imber, Caracas
Museo de Artes Graficas, Maracaibo, Venezuela
Museo de Arte Moderno, Cali, Colombia
Museo del Barro, Asuncion, Paraguay
Museo de Bellas Artes, Bogota
Museo de Bellas Artes, Caracas
Museo de Bellas Artes, Santiago, Chile
Museo del Grabado, Buenos Aires
Museo Nacional de Artes Plasticas, Montevideo
Museum of Contemporary Graphic Arts, Fredrikstad, Norway
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Prints Cabinet of Berlin, Berlin
Samuel Dorsky Museum, Sate University of New York, New Paltz
Skopje Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Yugoslavia
Southern Illinois University Museum, Carbondale
Art Museum of the Americas, O.A.S., Washington, D.C.
The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx
The New York Public Library Collection, New York
 
Selected Awards and Fellowships
2006
Chancellor's Award for Excellence for Scholarship and Creative Activities, State University of New York
Research Foundation Research and Scholarship Award, State University of New York
2002
Award, Premio Figari, Museo de Artes Visuales, Montevideo
2000
Multimedia/lnstructional Technology Development Award, State University of New York, New Paltz
Research and Creative Project Grant, State University of New York, New Paltz
1999
Multimedia/Instructional Technology Development Award, State University of New York, New Paltz
Research and Creative Project Grant, State University of New York, New Paltz
1998
Research and Creative Project Grant, State University of New York, New Paltz
1998
First Prize, Twelfth San Juan Print Biennial of Latin America and the Caribbean, Instituto de Cultura Puertorriquena
1997
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship
New York Foundation for the Arts Research Fellowship
Research and Creative Project Grant, State University of New York, New Paltz
1996
Research and Creative Project Grant, State University of New York, New Paltz
1993
International Artist-in-Residence Program, Arts International, Institute of International Education
1991
New York Foundation for the Arts Visual Arts Fellowship
1990
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Fellowship
1989
New York State Council on the Arts Fellowship
1988
Adolf and Esther Gottlieb Foundation Fellowship
1987
Purchase Prize, Seventeenth International Biennial, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
1986
State Award, Eleventh International Print Biennial, Cracow, Poland
1985
New York Foundation for the Arts Visual Arts Fellowship
1969
German Ministry of Culture Research Fellowship
Public Works
2008
Some are Absolutely Blue. The Blue Bird Sculpture Park, Hills of the Lagoon, Punta Ballena, Uruguay.
2007
La stele dell'archeologo, Permanent Installation of an outdoor large marble sculpture at the Centro internazionale di scultura all'aperto, Museo del Parco in Porttofino, Italy
2006
Cupí de La Loggia, Centro D'Arte La Loggia, Florence
La stele dell'archeologo, Centro internazionale di scultura all'aperto, Portofino
2005
Barca de la crucifixion (from Charrúas y Montes Criollos). Wood, iron, cement, soil, steel, lead. 3.30m. x 2.75m. x 7.30m., Outdoor Sculpture Garden, National Museum of Fine Art, Montevideo, Uruguay.
2004
Environment and Culture: From the Amazon to the Hudson River Valley, Humanities Building Excelsior Concourse, State University of New York, New Paltz
Selected Bibliography

The International Exchange Exhibition of Prints (exhibition catalog). The Museum of Contemporary Art at Hongik University, Seoul, Korea. 2008

Schneider, Arnd and Christopher Wright. Contemporary Art and Anthropology: Oxford, UK: Berg Publishers, 2006

Inductions of Space: Rimer  Cardillo and Jani Konstantinovski Puntos,  Cracow: DA Graf Publishers, 2006, p.9, Essay by Lucy Lippard.

Volumi in equilibrio (permanent collection catalog). Portofino, Italy: Museo del Parco: Centro internazionale di scultura all'aperto, 2005, pp. 52-53. Essay Daniele Crippa.

Myths, Science, Metaphors: Rimer Cardillo and Jani Konstantinovski Puntos (exhibition catalog), Krakow: Jagiellonian Library, 2005, p.10, Essay by Janusz Antos.

Permanent collection catalog: Quarta Edizionen, Portofino, Italy: Museo del Parco: Centro internazionale di scultura all'aperto, Editor Maxi Grafica – Massa e Cozzile (PT), 2004.

Impressions (and other images of memory) (exhibition catalog). New Paltz, NY: Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, 2004.

Cupí degli Uccelli (exhibition catalog), Venice, Italy: Biennial of Venice, New York: TransImage, 2001.

Rimer Cardillo: Araucaria (exhibition catalog), New York: The Bronx Museum of the Arts, 1998.

Allen, Lynne and Phyllis McGibbon.The Best of Printmaking: An International Collection. Gloucester, MA: Rockport Publishers, Inc., 1997, p. 103.

Turner, Grady T. "Rimer Cardillo at Cavin-Morris." Art in America, 10 (October, 1996), p. 117.

Vojko, Joe. "Rimer Cardillo at Cavin-Morris." Review, 1, No. 1 (April 1996), p. 5.

Sullivan, Edward, ed. Latin American Art in the Twentieth Century. New York: Phaidon Press, 1996, p. 280.

Schneider, Arnd. "Uneasy Relationships: Contemporary Artists and Anthropology." Journal of Material Culture, 1, No. 2 (1996), pp. 197, 201.

Sánchez Prieto, Margarita. "Memoria e identidad en el arte uruguayo de la post-dictadura." II Encuentro international sobre arte contemporáneo (exhibition catalogue).

Havana, Cuba: Centra Wifredo Lam, 1995, pp. 26-39.

Duncan, Michael. "Art of the Living Dead."Confronting Nature: Silenced Voices (exhibition catalogue). Fullerton and Orange, California: Main Art Gallery, California State University and Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, 1995, p. 12.

_. "Mitologías de ausencia en el arte uruguayo de hoy: Las instalaciones de Rimer Cardllo y Nelbia Romero." Artes Plásticas na América Latino Contemporânea, comp. Maria Amélia Bulhões and Maria Lúcia Bastos Kern. Porto Alegre, Brazil: Editora da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, 1994, pp. 151-165.

_. "Rimer Cardillo: The State of Memory." Art Nexus, 12 (April-June, 1994), pp. 60-64.

Rejoining the Spiritual: The Land in Contemporary Latin American Art (exhibition catalogue). Baltimore: Maryland Institute College of Art, 1994, pp. 11, 27-29.

Revelaciones/Revelations: Hispanic Art of Evanescence (exhibition catalogue). Ithaca, New York: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, 1993.

Bienal del Barro de America (exhibition catalogue). Caracas: Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Sofia Imber, 1992, pp. 12, 45. Essay by Roberto Guevara.

Rimer Cardillo: Works on Paper (exhibition catalogue). Punta del Este, Uruguay: Galería Sur, 1992.

Stellweg, Carla. "Uncommon Ground: 23 Latin American Artists." Uncommon Ground: 23 Latin American Artists (exhibition catalogue). New Paltz: College Art Gallery, State University of New York, 1992, pp. 19-20.

Américas (exhibition catalogue). Huelva, Spain: Monasterio de Santa Clara Moguer, 1992, pp. 25, 58, 90. Essay by Berta Sichel.

Charrúas y Montes Criollos: A los quiñientos años de la conquista europea (exhibition catalogue). Montevideo: Salon Municipal de Exposiciones, 1991. Essay by Alicia Haber.

Goldman, Shifra M. "(Re)making the Line: The Hidden Landscapes of Latin America." Latin American Drawings Today (exhibition catalogue). San Diego: San Diego Museum of Art, 1991, pp. 17, 50.

Kalenberg, Angel. Arte Uruguayo y otros. Montevideo: Editorial Galería Latina, 1990. pp. 130-131.

Wax, Carol. The Mezzotint, History, and Technique. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, 1990, pp. 248-249.

Rimer Cardillo: Altares (exhibition catalogue). New York: INTAR Gallery, 1989. Essay by Amalia Mesa-Bains.

Earth: Latin America's Visions (exhibition catalogue). Caracas and New York: Museo de Bellas Artes and Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, 1989, pp. 11, 55. Essay by Beatriz Savino.

Haber, Alicia."Un poderoso relieve, exhibicion de obras de Rimer Cardillo en Galería Latina." El País (Montevideo), 29 October 1988.

Rimer Cardillo (exhibition catalogue). Montevideo: Galería Latina, 1988. Essay by Angel Kalenberg.

Torruella Leval, Susana. "Identity and Change: The Latin American Challenge." ¡Mira! The Canadian Club Hispanic Art Tour III (exhibition catalogue). New York: El Museo del Barrio, 1988, pp. 28-29.

Ceremony of Memory: New Expressions in Spirituality among Contemporary Hispanic Artists (exhibition catalogue). Santa Fe, New Mexico: Center for Contemporary Arts of Santa Fe, 1988, pp. 8, 17.

de Espada, Roberto. "Rimer Cardillo, Grabados, La fascinación del misterio en el Museo de Arte Contemporáneo." El Día (Montevideo), 29 March 1986.

The Symbology of Transformation, Rimer Cardillo and Mariú (exhibition catalogue). New Brunswick: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 1984. Essay by Rafael Montanez-Ortiz.

Rimer Cardillo (exhibition catalogue). Buenos Aires: Galería Vermeer, 1983. Essay by Hermenegildo Sábat.

Rimer Cardillo (exhibition catalogue). Montevideo: Galería Latina, 1982. Essay by Manuel Espinola Gomez.

Garcia Esteban, Fernando. "Fernando Cardillo y el grabado." Humboldt, 20, No. 68 (1979), pp. 32-37.

Rimer Angel Cardillo: Grabados y objetos gráfico-ecológicos (exhibition catalogue). Montevideo: Centro Metropolitano de Artes, 1979. Essay by Fernando Garcia Esteban.

Argul, José Pedro. Proceso de las artes plásticas del Uruguay. Montevideo: Barreiro y Ramos, 1975, p. 85.

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