Name Descriptor: Luque, Ángel, 1927-×
  • [Deseo que estas obras confirmen que vivo de pie...]
    Luque, Ángel, 1927-
    In this essay, the Spanish artist Angel Luque, then living in Venezuela, performed a point-by-point review of the pictorial characteristics of his work and his general world attitude. He states that he is in search of a type of painting that is [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1156720

  • [Haciendo un intento por recordar que causas me indujeron a pintar...]
    Luque, Ángel, 1927-
    In this essay, the Spanish artist Angel Luque—who lived in Venezuela from 1955 to 1967— analyzes the factors that led him to painting. He describes what the concept of “risk” means to him, as applied to both art and life in general. Luque [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1156779

  • Ángel Luque y la violencia contenida
    Guevara, Roberto, 1932-1998
    In this text, the Venezuelan art critic Roberto Guevara analyzes the visual art of Spanish-born artist Ángel Luque. He relates the new chromatic experimentations made by the artist to works by such artists as Herbin, Manessier, Picasso, and the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1163733

  • El informalismo es el primer gesto que antepone la expresión al esteticismo
    Santana, Emilio
    The journalist Emilio Santana interviews Ángel Luque (1927?2014). The latter, a Spanish artist who lives in Venezuela, describes Informalism as an avant-garde form of expression, stressing its relationship to the concept of “chaos.” He discusses [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1172020

  • Gladys Meneses, Iván Torres
    Valladares, F.
    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 [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1155685

  • Un pintor desconocido
    Calzadilla, Juan, 1931
    In this text, Juan Calzadilla analyzes Ángel Luque’s Informalist work starting with its early stage in Spain. He discusses the artist’s relationship to avant-garde artists and movements on the Iberian Peninsula and to the origins of the Spanish [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1156795