São Paulo: Boitempo Editoral, 2002. b/w, duo tone and color plates, facs., illus., draws., bibl., color pict. fldg. wrps. Item #80002
After an extensive document and bibliographic research, the author using a journalistic style to demystifies the cultural event known as "Patuscada" (the Week of Modern Art), a rebellious manifestation in 1922 in São Paulo organized by young intellectuals that created a rupture and led to modern art movement in Brazil. The even turned out to be an icon of the Brazilian modernist movement.