The Fundacion Gilberto Alzate Avendaño has this exhibit of works by immigrant artists in Colombia. I'm no great fan of modern art, but I found many of these works interesting. They made me think a bit. Others are just entertaining.
|A double doll by Jan Bartelsman, |
born in Holland in 1916.
The artists in the exhibition include:
Nijole Sivickas, born in 1930 in Lithuania.
Jim Amaral, born in 1933 in the United States.
Arthur Tashko, born in 1901 in Albania.
Maria Thereza Negreiros, born in Brazil in 1930.
Umberto Giangrandi, born in Italy in 1943.
Ned Truss, born in the United States in 1939.
Juan Antonio Roda, born in Spain in 1921.
|A nice colorful painting by Arthur Tashko of Albania.|
|Hand and breast merge in a work by Jim Amaral of the United States.|
|A dark and stormy night at sea, perhaps by Jan Bartelsman, from Holland.|
|A female doll in space Umberto Giangrandi, born in Italy in 1943.|
|By Italian Umberto Giangrandi.|
|'Homage to the Fallen Student,' by Umberto Giangrandi, born in Italy in 1943.|
By Mike Ceaser, of Bogotá Bike Tours