Creator: Viloria Vera, Enrique×
Contributor: http://icaa.mfah.org/vocabs/names/index.php?tema=13349×
  • Henry Bermúdez : la mujer híbrida
    Viloria Vera, Enrique
    1995
    In this article, the critic Enrique Viloria discusses the important role of women as a “symbol” in the work of the artist Henry Bermúdez. The author explains that the artist’s work does not portray a woman as such, but takes an iconographic [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1163206

  • La escultura de Víctor Valera : el imperio de la emoción
    Viloria Vera, Enrique
    1989
    This essay by Enrique Viloria is an analysis on the artistic creation of Venezuelan sculptor Víctor Valera. It describes the various aspects of his creative universe, where emotion plays a fundamental role over reason. [The author] divides his work [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1161854

  • Miguel Von Dangel : la conservación del paisaje americano
    Viloria Vera, Enrique
    1992
    Writer Enrique Viloria analyzes the work of Miguel von Dangel from a perspective based on environmental conservation, suggesting that in his encapsulated landscapes, nature retains its essence, transcending the work (which is imprisoned and preserved [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1154827