Retrospective exhibition dedicated to artist Oramas (b. Venezuela) presenting over 100 artworks that reflect his artistic evolution from his participation in the Taller Libre de Arte, his experiences with the geometric abstract painting in the 1950s, his experiments with informalism in the 1970s to his most recent expressions such as performances and installations –Provided by
5 volume set featuring the second edition of the multi-venue exhibitions that included the participation of artists from all over the country offering a panoramic view of contemporary Venezuelan art. The state sponsored event was an open invitation that included the participation of over 2000 artists who presented their artwork in diverse media formats: Paintings,
A publication that brings together 150 paintings created by noted painters such as Camile Pissarro, Alirio Rodriguez, Arturo Michelena, Juan Lovera, Armando Reverón, Manuel Cabré, Jesús Soto, Carlos Cruz-Diez amongst others and now part of the holdings of the National Art Gallery of Venezuela, selected for their significant and emblematic role in the formation process
Detailed catalog of the exhibition – to date the most comprehensive – on the Venezuelan artist whose work belongs to the last quarter of the 19th century, organized by the Galería de Arte Nacional, Caracas, in 1995. Texts by Francisco Da Antonio, Anna Gradowska, and Marian Caballero de Borges. Well illustrated in b/w and color.