Creator: D'Amico, Margarita×
Contributor: http://icaa.mfah.org/vocabs/names/index.php?tema=6480×
  • [No es TV, no es cine, no es happening...]
    D'Amico, Margarita
    1975
    Journalist Margarita D’Amico dedicates this text to a new art form: video. The author shows the versatility of this new medium as well as its ability to capture the diverse areas of human activity. The aspects she highlights include the possibility [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1162599

  • Hoy es arte lo que no era
    D'Amico, Margarita
    1980
    In the first section of Sí y No, her column in the Caracas newspaper El Nacional, the journalist Margarita D’Amico publishes some of the thoughts on “today’s art” expressed by Claudio Perna, the photographer and conceptual artist. Perna [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1068360

  • Las flores de Roberto Obregón
    D'Amico, Margarita
    1993
    Journalist Margarita D’Amico introduces Venezuelan artist Roberto Obregón, asking him to reflect on his series, Crónicas de flores y Disecciones de rosas [Flower Chronicles and Rose Dissections]. Obregón states that his interest in “chronicles [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1051362

  • Marisol : un acuario para soñar
    D'Amico, Margarita
    1973
    This interview by journalist Margarita D'Amico with Marisol [Escobar] begins with a brief look at the exhibition on the fish theme held at the Sidney Janis Gallery in New York. D’Amico asks the artist about the most important characteristics of her [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1163605

  • Mercedes Pardo : 1 x 9
    D'Amico, Margarita
    1969
    This text is an interview by journalist Margarita D’Amico with Venezuelan artist Mercedes Pardo on the occasion of her 1969 exhibition, 1 x 9: color de la serigrafía, held at the Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas. In it, Pardo discusses her [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1155959

  • Una proposición conceptual en el año reveroniano
    D'Amico, Margarita
    1979
    On September 30, 1979 Margarita D’Amico used her column—Sí y No—in the Sunday edition of El Nacional to review the creative work of three Venezuelan conceptual artists: Claudio Perna, Rolando Peña, and Eugenio Espinoza. She included Perna’s [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1067543