Name Descriptor: Roda, Juan Antonio, 1921-2003×
  • Lo visible de lo invisible
    Salinas, Enrique
    Written by Enrique Salinas, this article was included in the cultural section of the Zacatecas (Mexico) newspaper Imagen, of which he was the editor. It reports the opening of the exhibition Barichara, lo visible de lo invisible at Galeria Arroyo de [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1325282

  • Hablan los artistas : el estado y la cultura
    González Uribe, Guillermo, 1955
    In March 1988, journalist and editor Guillermo González Uribe, then editor-in-chief of the journal ¡Viva el arte! interviewed nine Colombian artists of different generations to ask their opinions about the following: What function should be [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1131143

  • Galería El Caballito
    Engel, Walter, 1908-2005
    In this article, Walter Engel, an Austrian critic who lived in Colombia, reviews the group exhibition held on the occasion of the opening of “El Caballito” gallery in Bogotá in 1956. Engel asserts that the opening of the gallery represents a [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1102725

  • Obregón, Cecilia Porras, Roda
    In the October and November 1956 issue of Mito, the magazine’s editorial staff discusses the artistic spirit of Alejando Obregón, Cecilia Porras, and Juan Antonio Roda in relation to solo exhibitions of each one’s work. Obregón’s show at the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1100156

  • Cuba Colombia : raíces comunes
    Corporación Prografica (Cali, Colombia)
    This text introduces the print portfolio, Cuba-Colombia, raíces comunes [Cuba/Colombia, Common Roots], the second work of the Corporación Prográfica [Prográfica Association] (Cali, Colombia)—after El graficario de la lucha popular en Colombia [ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1098961

  • J. A. Roda : (Sociedad Colombiana de Arquitectos)
    Engel, Walter, 1908-2005
    Walter Engel, the Austrian art critic living in Colombia, wrote this manuscript on the occasion of the exhibition of paintings by the Spanish artist Juan Antonio Roda, at the Sociedad Colombiana de Arquitectos in Bogotá (November 1956). To Engel, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1093224

  • "Dentro de lo abstracto, lo mío es lo menos abstracto" dice Roda
    Valencia Diago, Gloria, 1927-
    In this article, published in November 1963, the Colombian journalist Gloria Valencia Diago interviews the Spanish artist Juan Antonio Roda, in connection with the exhibition of his oil painting series, Tumbas,at the Museo de Arte Moderno in Bogot [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1092563

  • Tumbas : Juan Antonio Roda
    Traba, Marta
    The catalogue for the exhibition Tumbas (1963) by Juan Antonio Roda consists of a two-page leaflet; on the first page, which is fully illustrated, is the exhibition title and artist’s name. On the next page, there are four paragraphs written by the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1092548

  • Los grabados de Roda
    Carbonell, Galaor, 1938-
    In this article Galaor Carbonell, the Cuban art critic living in Colombia, discusses the prints produced by the Spanish-born Colombian artist Juan Antonio Roda, paying particular attention to his transition from painter to draftsman and printmaker. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1091981

  • Juan Antonio Roda : no hay un arte reaccionario
    Vargas Linares, Mauricio, 1961-
    In this interview by the Colombian journalist Mauricio Vargas Linares, the Spanish-born Colombian artist Juan Antonio Roda discusses aspects of his career as a painter and printmaker. He refers in particular to the rising popularity of graphic arts, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1091966

  • Roda en Nuestra Señora del Sagrado Corazón
    Tejada, Teresa
    Teresa Tejada describes the mural with a religious theme that artist Juan Antonio Roda painted in the dome of the apse of the church Nuestra Señora del Sagrado Corazón in Bogotá. Tejada discusses the formal values of the work, which she asserts [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1080140

  • [Letter] 1972 October 27, Cali, Colombia [to] Lorenzo Homar
    Alcántara, Pedro, 1942-
    In this set of three letters, Colombian artist Pedro Alcántara writes to Puerto Rican printmaker Lorenzo Homar, shortly after Homar’s departure from Cali. He tells Homar that Juan Antonio Roda, the Spanish artist who has set up his studio in [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 861438