La imposibilidad de la naturaleza: arte y naturaleza en el arte colombiano contemporáneo, 1991-2003

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Univ. Nacional de Colombia, 2008 - Art, Colombian - 171 pages
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Author Ardila Luna reconsiders the artistic representation of nature and the constant concern against natural disasters, developing theories on the crisis of modernity and how different environmental effects have affected Colombian art. The study is divided in 2 chapters: 1) "The Interprested Landscape" is a study of a landscape exhibition by the same name organized in 1999 by the museum of the Banco de la República, and 2) "Art and environmental anxiety" analyzes various exhibitions where artist reflect their ecological concerns. Includes interviews with Alberto Baraya and Maria Elvira Escallón. This is a major contribution to the literature on art, landscape, the environment and the relationship of disaster facing Colombia.
 

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Contents

Introducción 10
La exposición y el catálogo 19
Capítulo
La ansiedad ambientalista 61
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