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Name Descriptor: Rayo, Omar, 1928-2010×
  • [Letter, s.d, s.n, Puerto Rico to] Pedro [Alcántara]
    Homar, Lorenzo
    In this brief letter to Pedro Alcántara, Puerto Rican printmaker Lorenzo Homar expresses his view of art biennials. He states that many of them “act as lackeys to the North American market.” Homar believes that the jury should not be indifferent [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 824029

  • [Omar Rayo Ha creado un lenguaje...]
    Pizarro, Agueda, 1941-
    1974
    In this text, poet Águeda Pizarro—wife of Colombian artist Omar Rayo—analyzes her husband’s geometric production. She examines the visual vocabulary and aesthetic problems that Rayo formulated in his earlier work (specifically the themes of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 863347

  • Art in Editions: New Approaches
    Camnitzer, Luis
    1968
    In his text for the Art in Editions: New Approaches (New York, Loeb Student Center: January 8–31, 1968) exhibition catalog, Luis Camnitzer explains the objective of the exhibition and describes the nature of the work of each of the participating [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 777430

  • Colombia : el país redondo o el inconsciente de la historia
    Morais, Frederico, 1936-
    1990
    The book Las artes plásticas en la América Latina: del trance a lo transitorio [The Visual Arts in Latin America: From Trance to Transitory], written by the Brazilian art critic Frederico Morais, is essentially divided into two parts: (i) “ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1104537

  • Do mundo, a América Latina. Entre as geometrias, a sensível
    Pontual, Roberto, 1939-
    1978
    This essay posits the concept of “geometría sensível” [Sensitive Geometry] as one of the unitary characteristics of contemporary Latin American art, and notes the growing interest (within the region and further afield) in the art produced in [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 771399

  • El Automático : entre la literatura y el arte
    Sarmiento, Camilo 1980-
    2009
    This article by the researcher Camilo Sarmiento, “El Automático, entre la literatura y el arte” [El Automático: Between Literature and Art] appeared in Café El Automático: arte, crítica y esfera pública [Café El Automático: Art, Criticism [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1131371

  • Entrevista a Omar Rayo : Jurado de la Sexta Bienal del Grabado Latinoamericano.
    Fernandez, Margarita
    1983
    The Puerto Rican historian Margarita Fernández Zavala interviews the Colombian artist Omar Rayo about his participation and experience as a juror for the Sexta Bienal del Grabado Latinoamericano [6th Biennial of Latin American Graphic Art] in San [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 805005

  • La Ciudad Solar abre sus puertas para siempre : artes gráficas, exposiciones, cine, fotografía, artesanías
    Corporación Ciudad Solar (Cali, Colombia)
    1971
    This document is the postcard invitation to the inauguration of the Corporación Ciudad Solar [Solar City Association], an independent cultural space in Cali, Colombia, established by Hernando Guerrero, Francisco “Pakiko” Ordóñez, and Miguel [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 858505

  • Nuevas caricaturas de Omar Rayo : exposiciones
    Vidales Jaramillo, Luis, 1900-1990
    1950
    In this article, Luis Vidales reflects on the art of caricature after viewing an exhibition of works by the young artist Omar Rayo, who distorts and contorts lianas to create his images. Vidales begins by asking where caricature stands within the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1089504

  • The Innocence of the Object Hides a Miracle
    Noé, Luis Felipe
    1968
    In these two essays by Argentine artist Luis Felipe Noé and Mexican writer Juan García Ponce respectively, the authors discuss the originality of the prints by Colombian artist Omar Rayo. Noé first states that in his prints, Rayo attempts to [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 863404

  • Ultrabejuquismo
    1951
    This article announces two exhibitions of works by Omar Rayo, one in Maracaibo and the other in Caracas, although no details about them are given. The article refers in particular to the thirty-four paintings by Rayo at the National Library, which [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1099291