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Name Descriptor: Taller Libre de Arte, 1948-1952×
  • [Cumpliendo la tradición cultural,...]
    Berroterán, Luis
    1950
    In his prologue to the catalogue for a show of the Taller Libre de Arte (TLA), Luis Berroterán asserts that the Liceo Fermín Toro played an important role in the origin of the TLA. He explains that the members of the TLA aspire to work with other [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1063067

  • [Los jóvenes pintores venezolanos que realizan su activa...]
    Liceo Fermín Toro (Caracas, Venezuela)
    1949
    The anonymous author of the prologue to this exhibition catalogue places emphasis on the need for the Taller Libre de Arte (TLA) to prepare high school students—especially those enrolled in the Liceo Fermín Toro—to become a source of aesthetic [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1101620

  • [Un signo positivo de esta generación de pintores...]
    Chataing, Bernardo
    1948
    In Bernardo Chataing’s preface, he explains that the Taller Libre de Arte (TLA) invited young painters to participate in its exhibition, which would hold them responsible for creating new art forms. In turn, this would generate multiple trends. The [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1101666

  • El expansionismo : Último "ismo" inventado en París por Omar Carreño pintor abstracto
    Muiño Loureda, Antonio
    1953
    The journalist Antonio Muiño (also known as “El Diablo Cojuelo”) interviewed Omar Carreño with the aim of acquainting the [Venezuelan] public with expansionism, an ongoing aesthetic movement that he was proposing from Paris. Outlining Carreño [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1157320

  • El taller libre de arte
    Oramas, Alirio, 1924-
    1949
    In the prologue to the catalogue, Alirio Oramas explains that the TLA (Taller Libre de Arte) is honoring the Mexican painter José Clemente Orozco for his magnificent mural paintings, which reflect the history and the soul of the Aztecs through a [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1101682

  • Es necesario Reorganizar El Taller Libre de Arte : afirma el pintor Alirio Oramas, quien sometió un amplio proyecto al INCIBA
    1966
    The painter Alirio Oramas, a founding member of the Taller Libre de Arte, publishes details of his plan to reorganize the TLA. He presented the plan to Dr. Carlos Gottberg at the Instituto Nacional de Cultura y Bellas Artes (INCIBA) a year and a half [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1051925

  • Han sido destituídos todos los profesores del Taller Libre de Arte
    1967
    On the basis of unofficial information from the Taller Libre de Arte (TLA), this article reports that the faculty of that institution has been entirely replaced. In order to bring the conflict to an end, the Instituto Nacional de Cultura y Bellas [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1172267

  • Manifiesto S.O.S
    1966
    This proclamation criticizes the precarious state of the Taller Libre de Arte (TLA) and demands the intervention of Venezuelans cultural institutions to revitalize what was once the heart of the national artistic avant-garde. The authors complain [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1051896

  • No esta clausurado el Taller Libre de Arte : afirma su director, el profesor Celso Pérez Rodríguez
    Pérez, Celso
    1967
    The deterioration of the site occupied by the Taller Libre de Arte (TLA) [(in Caracas)] was evident in this [March 4, 1967] news item. The news piece reported on an order to repair the sanitary facilities and electrical system of the workshop and the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1167909

  • Régulo Pérez: el compromiso con la realidad
    Calzadilla, Juan, 1931
    1982
    Here, the critic Juan Calzadilla analyzes the work of the Venezuelan visual artist Régulo Pérez, starting with the artist’s adherence to figurative art. The text even clarifies that this is a contemporary artist who has developed his work within [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1154252