Creator: Arroyo, Miguel, 1920-2004×
  • Sin Arco
    Arroyo, Miguel, 1920-2004
    The curator Miguel Arroyo wrote the introduction to the book Sin Arco by the graphic designer Gerd Leufert. In his text, Arroyo reviews the idea of the “arrow” from its symbolic content to its graphic connotation including a discussion of the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1163621

  • [Gabriel Morera]
    Arroyo, Miguel, 1920-2004
    In his essay, the museum designer Miguel Arroyo examines the range of art created in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. He reaches the conclusion that the arrival of photography, film, and television led painters to abandon traditional [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1162743

  • [Después de ese prolongado letargo en que ha vivido...]
    Arroyo, Miguel, 1920-2004
    In his essay, the curator Miguel Arroyo states his opinion about the lethargy that has overcome the sculpture world in Venezuela. He is struck by the movement of young sculptors stepping up to continue the work started by Francisco Narváez, Gego [ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1157529

  • Nedo: y el espacio
    Arroyo, Miguel, 1920-2004
    This text by museologist Miguel Arroyo is the prologue to the exhibition of work by Nedo, an Italian graphic designer and artist who resided in Venezuela. Arroyo analyzes Nedo’s pictorial production on the basis of concepts taken from spatial [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1154779

  • Confusión de terminos : realismo y abstraccionismo
    Arroyo, Miguel, 1920-2004
    In this article Miguel Arroyo disagrees with using the terms “Realism” and “Abstractionism” when referring to art, because several members of the latter movement also call themselves Realists, inspired by a definition proposed by Aristotle, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 813807