Name Descriptor: Grupo Cobra, 1948-1951×
  • ¿Mural que muere? : en villa El Salvador
    Jarque, Fietta
    1982
    The writer Fietta Jarque discusses the possible reasons for the deterioration of the mural the Dutch artist Karel Appel painted on a wall in a shantytown in Lima that—despite the fact that it would have “cost many thousands of dollars had he been [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 865683

  • Cosas de la Villa
    1976
    This article comments on the energetic approach to internal electoral processes in the Villa El Salvador community, and discusses the mural—“quite debatable in terms of quality, technique, and expression,” according to the article—that [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 865627

  • El pueblo muralista
    1976
    This article is a brief account on the participation of the inhabitants of Villa El Salvador—the largest “young town” (slum) in Lima—and their creation of a mural under the guidance and direction of Dutch artist Karel Appel. Coincidentally, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 865664

  • Muralista holandés pintó para los niños de Villa El Salvador
    1976
    This is a brief article on Dutch artist Karel Appel—founder of the COBRA (COpenhagen-BRussels-Amsterdam) group—who at the time was in the process of completing a mural in one of the streets in Villa El Salvador, the largest “young town” (slum [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 865517

  • Pobladores de Villa El Salvador pintarán murales en la calle dirigidos por el artista Appel
    1976
    Dutch artist Karel Appel—founder of the COBRA (COpenhagen-BRussels-Amsterdam) group—explains in this interview his interest in accomplishing a mural with the participation of the inhabitants of Villa El Salvador, the largest “young town” ( [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 865645