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Name Descriptor: Contramaestre, Carlos×
  • Homenaje a la necrofilia
    González León, Adriano
    1987
    In this essay, writer Adriano González León presents the vision of love, death, and necrophilia in the show of work by Carlos Contramaestre entitled Homenaje a la Necrofilia. González León conceives of necrophilia as “a resounding adventure [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1097543

  • Huesos, vísceras, pieles y sangre como elementos pictóricos en Contramaestre : resurge "El Techo de la Ballena" con un homenaje a la necrofilia
    Ras (Eduardo Robles Piquer)
    1962
    In this newspaper article, Eduardo Robles Piquer (alias RAS) describes the exhibition Homenaje a la necrofilia and interviews the painter and writer Carlos Contramaestre, whose work is shown at the exhibition, and who is a member of El Techo de la [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 868651

  • La pintura de Carlos Contramaestre
    Calzadilla, Juan, 1931
    1967
    Juan Calzadilla notes that the Venezuelan painter Carlos Contramaestre uses humor in his work to demythologize death. The critic cautions that Contramaestre should not be confused with his work, since he is a victim of what he presents, despite the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 868632

  • Los antecedentes de las instalaciones en Venezuela
    Römer, Margot, 1938-2005
    2003
    In this section of the second chapter of her book La transestética postmoderna (Caracas, 2003), Margot Römer provides a chronological overview of the period that spans from the sixties to the late nineties, pointing out the artists, events, and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1160679

  • Venezuela, Visiones de su pintura del siglo XIX.
    Rodríguez, Bélgica, 1941-
    1984
    The Venezuelan art historian Bélgica Rodríguez takes a look at the art produced in her country. According to her, twentieth-century Venezuelan art began with the landscape painters who were active in the early part of the century. She refers in [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 805871