Name Descriptor: Morelos, Delcy, 1967-×
  • [En Colombia, algunas mujeres artistas se han ocupado...]
    Jaramillo, Carmen María, 1958-
    2004
    This is the text for Otras Miradas = Other Glances, written by the historian and art critic Carmen María Jaramillo Jiménez for the exhibition that was organized with the help of the Colombian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2004. The exhibition [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1092368

  • [La artista explora desde hace algún tiempo la idea del tejido...]
    Jaramillo, Carmen María, 1958-
    2004
    In this essay—that appeared in the leaflet for the exhibition En la Trama personal [In the Personal Web] that was presented at the Alonso Garcés Gallery in Bogotá in June-July 2004—the art critic Carmen María Jaramillo discusses the latest [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1099546

  • America
    Mosquera, Gerardo
    2000
    Five continents and one city: The Tercer Salón Internacional de Pintura [3rd International Painting Salon], held in Mexico City in 2000, was based on the selections made by five curators, each of whom chose three contemporary artists from their [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1150214

  • Arte y desplazamiento = Art and displacement
    2007
    This essay, written by the art curator María Clara Bernal and published in the catalogue for the exhibition Displaced (2007), explains why it is important to address the subject of displacement as an essential feature of the contemporary world of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1098481

  • El salón del capricho
    1998
    “El Salón del capricho” is the title of an article written by critic Carlos Jiménez and published in the Sunday magazine of Bogotá-based newspaper El Espectador on August 23, 1998. The review criticizes the infrastructure and organization of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1133109

  • Morelos Delcy : color que soy = The color I am
    Mosquera, Gerardo
    2007
    In this essay, the Cuban critic and curator Gerardo Mosquera analyzes Color que soy [The Color I Am] (1999) by the Colombian artist Delcy Morelos in terms of its pictorial language, and discusses how this language prompts a range of different [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1099441