by Aurora Molina located at The Bakehouse Art ComplexRead More “Pioneros, 2011”
Virtual images blend with reality. Two blue birds stand on a stick that becomes real as it extends to the sides, inside bird cages. As the image of the World Trade Center Towers are direct reference, these beautiful creatures standing one beside the other and at the same time so disconnected and distant. It’s a […]Read More “In New York, New York” by Troy Abbot.
Arturo Michelena (1863 -1898), born in Valencia, Venezuela was a visual artist, who is among the most important and influential Venezuelan painters of the 19th century, along with Cristóbal Rojas (1857–1890), Antonio Herrera Toro (1857-1914) and Martín Tovar y Tovar (1827–1902). Michelena began to paint at a young age under his father’s tutelage. He painted […]Read More Arturo Michelena: A Legacy to Latin American Society