Name Descriptor: Taller de Artistas Gráficos Asociados (Venezuela)×
  • Al reencuentro de Pedro Ángel González a través de sus grabados
    Comerlati, Mara, 1952-
    In this article Mara Comerlati reviews the exhibition of prints by the visual artist Pedro Ángel González (1901–81). The journalist describes the exhibition at the TAGA (Taller de Artistas Gráficos Asociados) as a reunion with González and his [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1164576

  • Cinco creadores dejan "Huella" en las artes gráficas venezolanas
    Monsalve, Yasmin
    The journalist Yasmín Monsalve interviews members of the Taller Huella at the exhibition they organized in November 1992 at the Sala CANTV (Compañía Anónima Nacional de Teléfonos de Venezuela). She also reports on the group’s origins and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1101492

  • El 15 se firma el convenio entre el TAGA y el Conac
    González, Aliana, 1963-
    The journalist Aliana González discusses the search for a solution to the crisis unfolding at TAGA (Taller de Artistas Gráficos Asociados) in 1989. She mentions the sale of discounted works donated by TAGA members to benefit the group. She also [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1101444

  • ¿Qué es un libro de edición especial?
    Meneses Imber, Adriana, 1959-
    In this article the journalist A. M. I. researches the field of special edition books. She interviews Luisa Palacios, the printmaker and director of TAGA (Taller de Artistas Gráficos Asociados) in Caracas, tracing the origins of this kind of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1101428

  • El Taga le ofrece
    Comerlati, Mara, 1952-
    In this newspaper article, Mara Comerlati writes about the TAGA (Taller de Artistas Gráficos Asociados, Caracas); she discusses its origins, its reason for being, and its objectives. She also identifies its benefactors and describes how the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1101412

  • La gráfica venezolana y el Taga
    Montero Castro, Roberto
    In this article, Venezuelan art critic Roberto Montero Castro provides context for TAGA (Taller de Artistas Gráficos Asociados, Caracas) [Workshop for Associated Graphic Artists, Caracas] at the moment they began their activities at Los Rosales. He [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1081178

  • Creado el taller de artistas gráficos : en la dimensión de la venezuela verdadera
    This newspaper article (signed with the initials L. B. S.) is a review of the founding of the TAGA (Taller de Artistas Gráficos Asociados), which is described as being an extension of the 1960s printmaking movement connected to the workshop of Luisa [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1081157

  • El Taga aspira a ser la Casa del Artista Gráfico Venezolano
    Comerlati, Mara, 1952-
    This article, by the journalist Mara Comerlati, is about the TAGA (Taller de Artistas Gráficos Asociados, Caracas). It was written after the Ministry of Urban Development announced its plans to build new premises for the TAGA in the vicinity of the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1081133

  • Los mejores grabados de Elisa Elvira Zuloaga
    Comerlati, Mara, 1952-
    Mara Comerlati reviews Prueba de artista, the exhibition that was presented at the Taller de Artistas Gráficos Asociados (TAGA), the Venezuelan artists’s workshop. The journalist interviews the artist Luisa Palacios, who reports that the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1080981

  • Luz verde para el Taga
    Guevara, Roberto, 1932-1998
    In this article, the critic Roberto Guevara discusses the early days of the Venezuelan graphic arts, explaining that graphic artists were self-taught, and recalling the recent past of this particular technique. Guevara analyzes the importance of the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1069292

  • Las pruebas materiales del Taga
    Calzadilla, Juan, 1931
    Juan Calzadilla describes the early days of contemporary printmaking in Venezuela, and discusses how the founders of the discipline (Elisa Elvira Zuloaga and Pedro Ángel González) set about developing a second generation of printmakers. This second [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1069019

  • El TAGA : un sueño de verdad
    Rodríguez, Bélgica, 1941-
    In this text, Bélgica Rodríguez describes the creation of the Taller de Artistas Gráficos Asociados (TAGA). She explains that it was conceived as a workspace where printmakers could produce their projects. Rodríguez mentions those responsible for [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1068980