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El Techo de la Ballena

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Charla sobre fotografía hecha por mujeres este jueves en el Museo de Bellas Artes

En este conversatorio participarán la curadora e investigadora Carmen Hernández y las fotógrafas Sara Maneiro, Susana Arwas y Laila Chemekh Saab.

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Espacio MAD invita a la inauguración de Caracas Emmental, fotografías de Violette Bule

El jueves 25 de agosto a las 7.30pm

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Appendix II: El Techo de la Ballena

Click on the files below to see postcards of Caracas which make up Appendix II of “El Techo de la Ballena and Asfalto-Infierno: the Logic of Inversion in an Attack on Venezuela’s Cultural Establishment.” ETB Diss App II Fig 1 ETB Diss App II Fig 2 ETB Diss App II Fig 3 ETB Diss App […]

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Appendix I: El Techo de la Ballena

Click on the files below for the images from Appendix I of “El Techo de la Ballena and Asfalto-Infierno: the Logic of Inversion in an Attack on Venezuela’s Cultural Establishment.” ETB Diss Fig 1 ETB Diss Fig 2

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Pdf link for El Techo de la Ballena study

El Techo de la Ballena and Asfalto-Infierno: the Logic of Inversion in an Attack on Venezuela’s Cultural Establishment. Abstract: The 1960s in Venezuela was marked by a political turbulence whose counterpart in the cultural sphere aspired to be no less of an upheaval. Proclaiming a Surrealist-influenced dogma of “Change life, transform society,” a group of […]

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Introduction: ‘El Techo de la Ballena and Asfalto-Infierno: the Logic of Inversion in an Attack on Venezuela’s Cultural Establishment.’

‘Expresar, sólo expresar, eso queremos.’ Image: Rayado sobre el techo 3, Colection CINAP, Galería de Arte Nacional, Caracas. The emergence of arts/literary group El Techo de la Ballena and their quest to establish an avant-garde in Venezuela during the 1960s, marked a rebellious desire to break out of the “asphyxsiating” cultural milieu that surrounded them […]

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