Name Descriptor: Hernández, Manuel, 1928-×
  • Lo visible de lo invisible
    Salinas, Enrique
    Written by Enrique Salinas, this article was included in the cultural section of the Zacatecas (Mexico) newspaper Imagen, of which he was the editor. It reports the opening of the exhibition Barichara, lo visible de lo invisible at Galeria Arroyo de [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1325282

  • Manuel Hernández en la Colección del Banco de la República
    Jaramillo, Carmen María, 1958-
    In this essay, the curator Carmen María Jaramillo discusses the work of Manuel Hernández in great detail, mentioning his artistic sense of place and his references to the context of art and the history of Colombia. Jaramillo describes Hernández as [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1099531

  • Dejar sin título
    Dueñas, Danilo, 1956-
    In this article Danilo Dueñas discusses the work of the Colombian artist Manuel Hernández in terms of its local context. Dueñas, who is also a Colombian artist, refers to the Argentine curator Carlos Basualdo’s definition of modernism and to [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1099261

  • [El dibujo y el grabado han contando en el arte colombiano...]
    Serrano, Eduardo, 1939-
    The text, ¡Al Fin Pintura! (1976) [Painting, at Last!] was an introduction to the exhibition with the same name at the Galería Belarca in Bogotá, organized by Eduardo Serrano. This art critic emphasizes the acceptance of the drawing and the print [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1099111

  • Académicos vs. Artistas : el monumento a Bolivar
    Valencia Diago, Gloria, 1927-
    This document makes some relevant points in the debate over abstract art in Colombia that was sparked by the monument to Bolívar, originally commissioned from the sculptor Édgar Negret by the Ministry of Public Works. In the article, the Colombian [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1089362

  • Exposición de pintores puertorriqueños elogiada por la crítica de Nueva York
    This anonymous article, published in Semana [Week] magazine, reports on the positive critical response to the 1957 exhibition of Puerto Rican art presented at the Riverside Museum in New York. The article also mentions several details about the event [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 854610

  • Mexican American Liberation Art Front
    This brief document outlines the history of the Mexican American Liberation Art Front (MALAF). Written collectively by the member artists, it details the mission and goals of the group, linking its development as a critical mouthpiece of the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 847561