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Name Descriptor: Wenemoser, Alfred, 1954-×
  • Accrochage y algo más
    Espinoza, Eugenio, 1950-
    1991
    In this essay Eugenio Espinoza names nine artists (himself included) who, in his opinion, have distinguished themselves in the field of contemporary art as being creators of a body of work that “is neither art nor anti-art, but something in between [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 866188

  • Alfred Wenemoser
    Blanco, Lourdes
    1984
    In this essay, which was published on the occasion of the Cincoincidentes exhibition organized by the Museo de Barquisimeto in 1984, the curator Lourdes Blanco discusses the Viennese training of the Austrian artist who lived in Venezuela, Alfred [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1097390

  • Apuntes para una Bienal
    Auerbach, Ruth
    1994
    In this essay, Ruth Auerbach—the art critic and curator of the IV Bienal de Arte de Guayana (Ciudad Bolívar, 1994)—reflects on the challenge of positioning the biennial as a space devoted to the promotion of emerging Venezuelan art. Auerbach [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1162199

  • El acto de la percepción como arte : Alfred Wenemoser
    Ettedgui, Marco Antonio, 1958-1981
    1980
    Performance artist Marco Antonio Ettedgui interviews Austrian artist Alfred Wenemoser (who has been residing in Venezuela since 1980). After introducing him in a brief summary, he asks him to explain “his own way of conceptualizing art.” Both [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1102205

  • Persona a persona
    Wenemoser, Alfred, 1954-
    1995
    In this text, non-object artist Alfred Wenemoser describes two of his actions. In the first, Persona a persona, he interacts with viewers in interviews in which he serves as the host, communicating verbally in one-on-one encounters with the public- [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 865785

  • Uno, dos, tres, cuatro
    Carvajal, Rina
    1991
    This essay by curator Rina Carvajal was written for Uno, Dos, Tres, Cuatro, an exhibition featuring Venezuelan artists Alfred Wenemoser, Héctor Fuenmayor, Roberto Obregón, and Antonieta Sosa held at the Museo de Bellas Artes in Caracas in 1991. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1097310