Copyright Credit Line: Reproduced with permission of Carlos Alfonso Castrillón Vizcarra, Lima, Peru×
  • ¿Plagio o lícita búsqueda de lo bello?
    Castrillón, Alfonso, 1935-
    Alfonso Castrillón weighs in on the controversy that erupted over Motociclista No. 3, the painting by Luis Zevallos Hetzel that won first prize at the Festivales de Ancón (a resort on the outskirts of Lima). The uproar began when the Lima magazine [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1142187

  • "J. López Antay es más auténtico que muchos artistas cultos"
    Castrillón, Alfonso, 1935-
    Alfonso Castrillón defends the decision to recognize López Antay by granting him the Premio Nacional de Cultura [award], asserting that his work “is more authentic than the work of many so-called high artists, who have spent their whole lives [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1136092

  • Don Joaquín en el recuerdo
    Castrillón, Alfonso, 1935-
    In this article the art historian Alfonso Castrillón looks back at the debate over the jury’s decision to award the 1975 National Culture Prize for art to Joaquín López Antay, the altarpiece artist from the Andean region of Peru. Following the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1136461

  • Reflexiones sobre el arte conceptual en el Perú y sus proyecciones : Primer Coloquio latino-americano sobre Arte no objetual. Museo de Medellín – Mayo de 1981
    Castrillón, Alfonso, 1935-
    The author, Alfonso Castrillón, discusses a number of conceptual events that took place in Lima in the 1960s and compares them to other more recent ones, including the group exhibition Signo X Signo (1979) and Acción Furtiva (1980), performance [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1146517

  • Williams o el pretexto de la realidad
    Castrillón, Alfonso, 1935-
    In this essay, the historian Alfonso Castrillón discusses the work of Armando Williams. The author refers to an untitled painting, dated 1981, from his own collection, and learns that it was inspired by a photograph taken in Lima during the National [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1143045