Creator: Pineda, Rafael, 1926-2004×
  • El diario inédito del pintor Emilio Boggio en Caracas : de julio a septiembre de 1919
    Pineda, Rafael, 1926-2004
    In this article, the critic Rafael Pineda discusses the unpublished diary kept by the Venezuelan artist Emilio Boggio while he was living in Caracas in 1919. Pineda writes about Boggio’s return to the country where he was born, his reunion with [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1161700

  • El Taller Libre en el Undécimo Salón de Pintura
    Pineda, Rafael, 1926-2004
    In this short newspaper review of the XI Salón de Arte Venezolano, the critic Rafael Pineda quotes from conversations he had with some of the young artists mentioned by the jury, including Mario Abreu, Lourdes Armas, Alirio Oramas, and R& [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1472233

  • Francisco de Miranda : nuestro primer crítico de arte
    Pineda, Rafael, 1926-2004
    The Venezuelan art critic Rafael Pineda states that Francisco de Miranda, who was born in Venezuela in the eighteenth century, is considered the country’s first art critic, based on his writings, his critical opinions on international art, and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 805587

  • Naturaleza y cultura
    Pineda, Rafael, 1926-2004
    In this text, Rafael Pineda analyzes the work of the Venezuelan visual artist Régulo Pérez during the 1980s. The themes that stand out in this work are related to nature: flora, fauna and landscapes situated in a cultural milieu. This [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1154268

  • Régulo y el eje Orinoco - Pintura
    Pineda, Rafael, 1926-2004
    In this critical analysis, Rafael Pineda considers the influence of the Orinoco River on the artwork of Régulo Pérez. The writer emphasizes the importance of that context, which involved the early years of the artist’s life, in [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1154220

  • Repatriación de Emilio Boggio
    Pineda, Rafael, 1926-2004
    The art critic Rafael Pineda describes the process of bringing the work of Emilio Boggio into the Venezuelan art market after his death. He explains step by step how Venezuelan art collectors repatriated a large part of the art he had produced. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1161684