Name Descriptor: Lucena, Clemencia, 1945-×
  • Obrero : dónde estás que no te veo!
    González, Miguel, 1950-
    The Colombian critic Miguel González performed a critical analysis of the visual artwork and writings of Clemencia Lucena. The article refers to Lucena’s recently published book, Anotaciones políticas sobre la pintura colombiana. Using a clearly [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1134174

  • Los que son
    Traba, Marta
    This document is excerpted from the catalogue for Los que son [Those Who Are], the exhibition organized by Marta Traba at the Galería Marta Traba in Bogotá (May 3–16, 1968). The catalogue includes ten brief critical and biographical reviews of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1105063

  • Arte y Política
    Serrano, Eduardo, 1939-
    In this text, Colombian art critic Eduardo Serrano—curator of the Museo de Arte Moderno of Bogotá—presents the exhibition Arte y Política held at that institution in 1974. Serrano asserts that politics is more than a recurring theme in the work [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1093510

  • Gráfica testimonial : mediados de los sesenta a comienzos de los setenta
    Pini, Ivonne
    In her review written for Arte en Colombia magazine, the Uruguayan critic Ivonne Pini presents an overview of works by Colombian artists who were producing testimonial art from 1963 through the early 1970s. After referring to certain aspects of Latin [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1092323

  • Introducción : para entrar en combate
    Medina, Alvaro, 1942-
    In the introduction to the book Procesos del arte en Colombia [Processes of Art in Colombia] (1978), Colombian historian Álvaro Medina asserts that Andrés de Santamaría was well ahead of his time in Colombian art; it was thanks to his influence [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1082796

  • Lucena
    Lucena, Clemencia, 1945-
    In 1971 Clemencia Lucena issued a statement of principles on what Latin American art has been and what it should be. According to Lucena, an active member of MOIR (Movimiento Obrero Independiente Revolucionario) [Independent Revolutionary Workers [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 860326