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F. Valladares reviews the III Exposición Nacional de Dibujo y Grabado held at the Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo de la Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas. While the author remarks on the work of young Venezuelan printmakers like Luisa Palacios, Humberto Jaimes Sánchez, and Ángel Luque, he reserves his highest praise for Gladys Meneses and Iván Torres due to the technical skill and visual sensibility of their works.
This text by F. Valladares notes the promising young artists participating in the III Exposición Nacional de Dibujo y Grabado held at the Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo de la Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas. It discusses the importance of the event as one of the first major salons in the history of Venezuelan printmaking. The author provides valuable information on the work of Gladys Meneses (1938?2014) who was the winner of the Premio Roma at the XXIII Salón Oficial de Arte Anual Venezolano (Caracas), and was awarded a grant to study at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma. Regarding Meneses, Valladares states, “If there is one piece of advice for this young printmaker, it is not to stray from the positive and promising path she is on,” that is, he hopes that she lets her personality flow out and that novel experiences not alter her conception of work.
For an interview on the work of artist Gladys Meneses, see by Miriam González “Del papel al acero: Gladys Meneses sigue rindiendo culto al Delta” [doc. no. 1155645].