Creator: Von Dangel, Miguel, 1946-×
  • Acotaciones al tema de la crueldad en el arte : en memoria de Pedro Américo- Brasil 1843 - 1905-pintor de tiradentes descuartizado
    Von Dangel, Miguel, 1946-
    1986
    Miguel von Dangel begins this article with a story about the death of a horse that was used in [medical] experiments. His wish that the horse be given a compassionate death was stymied, and instead, the horse ended up dying slowly, in painful agony, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1102157

  • Censura e Identidad
    Von Dangel, Miguel, 1946-
    1991
    Here, Miguel von Dangel reviews the ideas of Latin American identity and its utopias, stating that its identity was subconsciously affected by cultural conflicts from elsewhere. The writer also points out deficiencies in Latin American criticism, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1154570

  • De la caza de brujas a Rauschenberg go home
    Von Dangel, Miguel, 1946-
    1985
    In this text, Miguel von Dangel criticizes the stance taken by the Venezuelan painter Oswaldo Vigas regarding the exhibition by Robert  Rauschenberg at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Caracas, which Vigas finds contradictory and “chauvinist [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1154538

  • Demonología y arte
    Von Dangel, Miguel, 1946-
    1986
    In this [1986] article, Miguel von Dangel contemplates contemporary Venezuelan art, as he sees it in the evolution of Western art. He believes that there has been a certain arbitrariness and exhibitionism in contemporary art practices in Venezuela in [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1102173

  • San Romano
    Von Dangel, Miguel, 1946-
    1990
    This is a selection of notes taken from the diary of the German-born Venezuelan visual artist Miguel von Dangel and published in the catalogue for the exhibition La Batalla de San Romano, in which the artist presents his version of the homonymous [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1101572

  • Tres acepciones de iconografía virtual
    Von Dangel, Miguel, 1946-
    1986
    In this article Miguel von Dangel describes the three classifications he uses for images and art. Inspired by Umberto Eco’s semiological ideas, the first of these explains the depiction of horror and monstrous ideas in art as a way to reveal “the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1102141