ICAA Researcher: Santiago Londoño Vélez×
  • Presentación
    Ángel, Félix
    This book is a collection of interviews with artists, critics, and cultural administrators who were active in the Antioquia region of Colombia, mostly during the 1970s. The prologue, by the historian Álvaro Tirado Mejía, begins with the emergence [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1099471

  • La intervención del Señor Arzobispo en lo del cuadro de Correa
    Ospinosa, Eduardo, S. J.; Murcia Riaño, Jorge, 1895-; García, Juan
    This chapter gathers texts in which the Colombian ecclesiastical authorities established their position with respect to Carlos Correa’s painting, La Anunciación [The Annunciation] (1941)—painting withdrawn from the II Salón Anual de Artistas [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1099186

  • Discurso pronunciado en el acto clausural de la primera exposición de pintura de Medellín
    Restrepo, Antonio José
    Medellín was still a very small town when its first exhibition of paintings opened to the public on July 20, 1892. The event was organized by the artist and critic Samuel Velásquez and the painter and photographer Emiliano Mejía, who had trained [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1094028

  • Introducción
    Correa, Carlos, 1912-1985
    In the introduction to his book, the Colombian artist and critic Carlos Correa mentions several themes that are subtly woven into the texts and reveal a reverent, constant, and excessive admiration for the muralist Pedro Nel Gómez. “When [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1093948

  • Mi pueblo y mi infancia
    Nel Gómez, Pedro, 1899-1984
    In this interview with Pedro Nel Gómez, presented as a first-person narrative, the painter provides an overview of his childhood in a mining town in [the Department of] Antioquia, where he first came into contact with the topics he would later [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1093481

  • "Las paredes hablan al pueblo!"
    Nel Gómez, Pedro, 1899-1984
    Pedro Nel Gómez, creator of the controversial frescos of the old city palace in Medellín, which at the time of this writing (2009), houses the Museo de Antioquia—explains his reasons for undertaking that major pictorial series. He also provides [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1093449

  • Félix Ángel
    Ángel, Félix
    Among the interviews included in the book Nosotros: un trabajo sobre los artistas antioqueños, Félix Ángel interviewed himself through an essay and a collection of press clippings, along with a curriculum vitae that reflects his precocious [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1093305

  • El pintor Fernando Botero
    Engel, Walter, 1908-2005
    This text is an excerpt from the first book published about the painter Fernando Botero, who was twenty years old at the time. It was illustrated with twenty of his works (rendered between 1950 and 1952), in which we can see the influence of Mexican [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1093177