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The Art and Communication Centre (Spanish: Centro de Arte y Comunicación, CAYC) in Buenos Aires was initially established as a multidisciplinary workshop in August 1968 by Víctor Grippo, Jacques Bedel, Luis Fernando Benedit, Alfredo Portillos, Clorindo Testa, Jorge Glusberg and Jorge González. From 1968 until his death in early 2012 Jorge Glusberg was the Director of the Center for Art and Communication. In 1972 the "Scuola de Altos Estudios del CAYC" was founded. In the seventies CAYC became an international center for the Pop art-culture and the famous Architecture Museum (Museo de Arquitectura).

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  • Das Centro de Arte y Comunicación (CAYC) in der argentinischen Hauptstadt Buenos Aires war zunächst als multidisziplinärer Workshop im August 1968 durch Víctor Grippo, Jacques Bedel, Luis Fernando Benedit, Alfredo Portillos, Clorindo Testa, Jorge Glusberg und Jorge González gegründet worden. Seit 1968 ist Jorge Glusberg der Direktor des Zentrums. In den 1970er Jahren war das CAYC ein internationales Zentrum der Pop-Art-Kultur und später auch Sitz des Museo de Arquitectura. 1972 wurde die renommierte Escuela de Altos Estudios del CAYC gegründet.
  • The Art and Communication Centre (Spanish: Centro de Arte y Comunicación, CAYC) in Buenos Aires was initially established as a multidisciplinary workshop in August 1968 by Víctor Grippo, Jacques Bedel, Luis Fernando Benedit, Alfredo Portillos, Clorindo Testa, Jorge Glusberg and Jorge González. From 1968 until his death in early 2012 Jorge Glusberg was the Director of the Center for Art and Communication. In 1972 the "Scuola de Altos Estudios del CAYC" was founded. In the seventies CAYC became an international center for the Pop art-culture and the famous Architecture Museum (Museo de Arquitectura).
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  • Das Centro de Arte y Comunicación (CAYC) in der argentinischen Hauptstadt Buenos Aires war zunächst als multidisziplinärer Workshop im August 1968 durch Víctor Grippo, Jacques Bedel, Luis Fernando Benedit, Alfredo Portillos, Clorindo Testa, Jorge Glusberg und Jorge González gegründet worden. Seit 1968 ist Jorge Glusberg der Direktor des Zentrums. In den 1970er Jahren war das CAYC ein internationales Zentrum der Pop-Art-Kultur und später auch Sitz des Museo de Arquitectura. 1972 wurde die renommierte Escuela de Altos Estudios del CAYC gegründet. Bekannte Professoren an der Escuela de Altos Estudios del CAYC waren beispielsweise Justus Dahinden und Mario Botta.
  • The Art and Communication Centre (Spanish: Centro de Arte y Comunicación, CAYC) in Buenos Aires was initially established as a multidisciplinary workshop in August 1968 by Víctor Grippo, Jacques Bedel, Luis Fernando Benedit, Alfredo Portillos, Clorindo Testa, Jorge Glusberg and Jorge González. From 1968 until his death in early 2012 Jorge Glusberg was the Director of the Center for Art and Communication. In 1972 the "Scuola de Altos Estudios del CAYC" was founded. In the seventies CAYC became an international center for the Pop art-culture and the famous Architecture Museum (Museo de Arquitectura). Well-known teachers at CAYC have included Justus Dahinden and Mario Botta.
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