Emma Reyes

1900-1929 @en, Art, artist, Arts, Authors, Bogotá @en, drawer, Drawing, Drawing, Letters, occupation

Biography: Emma Reyes (Bogotá, Colombia, 1919//Bordeaux, France, 2003) was an artist who travelled the world along with her drawings and paintings. Most of her legacy remains outside of Colombia. In our country, her name is mostly known because artists and people from humanities met her abroad and came back fascinated by her talent and character. Colombia´s art history still owes her a proper recognition for her work.

Keywords: Drawings, paintings, colombian art, Bordeaux

Inolvidable Botero

Art History, Arts, Documents

Antología de textos sobre Fernando Botero y su obra desde 1949

This anthology examines Fernando Botero´s production since 1949 through more than 50 critical, journalistic, literary and informative texts, selected based on their quality, historic relevance and contribution to the expansion of the interpretative horizon of colombian art.

It includes works by Walter Engel, Casimiro Eiger, Antonio Valencia, Flor Romero de Nohra, Estanislao Zuleta, Marta Traba, Aristides Meneghetti, Gloria Zea, Jorge Zalamea, Casimiro Eiger, Hernando Téllez, Eugenio Barney Cabrera, Gloria Valencia Diago, Gonzalo Arango, Mario Rivero, Camilo Solvente, Alfredo Iriarte, Álvaro Medina, José Gómez Sicre, Hernando Valencia Goelkel, Francisco Gil Tovar, Edward J. Sullivan, Susana Sulic, Aura María Puyana, Ana María Escallón, Belisario Betancur, José Hernán Aguilar, Luis Canmitzer, Antonio Caballero, Eduardo Serrano, Camilo Calderón, Germán Martínez, Manuel Romero, Juan Carlos Botero, Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza, Beatriz González, Andrés Hoyos, Arthur C. Danto, Mark Scroggins, Juan Gustavo Cobo Borda, Elkin Rubiano and Lucas Ospina.

As a whole, this compilation could be read at random, as a consulting book or like a novel. It is a journey through different stages of this artist´s work and the discussions it has aroused.

ISBN-13 978-958-99887-1-8
Publication date: 9/30/2013
Product dimensions: 23cm (h) x 16,8cm (w)
Paperback
Pages 296 p.
Price US$25  CO$50.000


Otros títulos de la colección Laguna Documental (Documentary)

Procesos del arte en Colombia Tomo I (1810-1930)

Elemental

You, the delirious one

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Andrés Arias

Tú, que deliras

The agony of loving her didn’t end with her death. Carolina Cárdenas (1903-1936) was the most beautiful, mysterious and talented woman in Bogotá in the 1930s; a pioneer of photography and ceramics in Colombia, as well as a painter and sketcher. Her short life was passionate and subject of scandals and gossip in Bogotá´s high society of the time. Her name is central in Colombia´s art history, and yet many seem to have forgotten her. Juan Fernando, a journalist from Ambalema, Tolima, who fell in love with her and with the promises of liberty and modernity she represented, is the narrator of this story.

ISBN 978-958-8812-13-7
Product dimensions 20,1 cm x 14,7 cm
Paperback
Pages 348 p.
Price  US$22.1  CO$42.000

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Titles from this collection Chronicle

La casa de vecindad

Memoria por correspondencia

Ximénez

You, the delirious one

Arts, catalogue, City, History of Bogotá, Literature, new Realeases, Novel

Tú, que deliras

The agony of loving her didn´t end with her death. Carolina Cárdenas (1903-1936) was the most beautiful, mysterious and talented woman in Bogotá in the 1930s; a pioneer of photography and ceramics in Colombia, as well as a painter and sketcher. Her short life was passionate and subject of scandals and gossip in Bogotá´s high society of the time. Her name is central in Colombia´s art history, and yet many seem to have forgotten her. Juan Fernando, a journalist from Ambalema, Tolima, who fell in love with her and with the promises of liberty and modernity she represented, is the narrator of this story.

ISBN-13 978-958-8812-13-7
Product dimensios 20,1 cm x 14,7 cm
Paperback
Pages 348 p.
Price US$22.1 CO$42.000

Available on ebook click here

The book of Emma Reyes

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Emma Reyes

 

caratula emma reyes quinta edicion.indd

In these letters, written between 1969 and 1997, Emma Reyes took the strenuous exercise of narrating the adversities she lived during her childhood, articulating a story which projects a thrilling voice due to the mixture of innocence and serenity with which she remembers her tragedy.

ISBN: 978-958-99887-5-6
Product dimensions 20,1 cm x 14,7 cm
Pages 228 p.
Price $39.000 USD$13

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More about Emma Reyes work


Joint published with Fundación Otero Herrera


Titles from this collection Chronicle

 

El camino de la sombra

Tú, que deliras

Unforgettable Botero

Art History, Arts, catalogue, Essay

Antología de textos sobre Fernando Botero y su obra desde 1949

ISBN-13 978-958-99887-1-8
Publication date: 9/30/2013
Product dimensions: 23cm (h) x 16,8cm (w)
Paperback
Pages 296 p.
Price US$25  CO$50.000

This anthology examines Fernando Botero´s production since 1949 through more than 50 critical, journalistic, literary and informative texts, selected based on their quality, historic relevance and contribution to the expansion of the interpretative horizon of colombian art.

It includes works by Walter Engel, Casimiro Eiger, Antonio Valencia, Flor Romero de Nohra, Estanislao Zuleta, Marta Traba, Aristides Meneghetti, Gloria Zea, Jorge Zalamea, Casimiro Eiger, Hernando Téllez, Eugenio Barney Cabrera, Gloria Valencia Diago, Gonzalo Arango, Mario Rivero, Camilo Solvente, Alfredo Iriarte, Álvaro Medina, José Gómez Sicre, Hernando Valencia Goelkel, Francisco Gil Tovar, Edward J. Sullivan, Susana Sulic, Aura María Puyana, Ana María Escallón, Belisario Betancur, José Hernán Aguilar, Luis Canmitzer, Antonio Caballero, Eduardo Serrano, Camilo Calderón, Germán Martínez, Manuel Romero, Juan Carlos Botero, Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza, Beatriz González, Andrés Hoyos, Arthur C. Danto, Mark Scroggins, Juan Gustavo Cobo Borda, Elkin Rubiano and Lucas Ospina.

As a whole, this compilation could be read at random, as a consulting book or like a novel. It is a journey through different stages of this artist´s work and the discussions it has aroused.

Bogotazombie

Arts, catalogue, Documents, Fantasy, History

Bogotazombie

Bogotazombie´s folder contains 5 posters simulating the front pages of Bogotá´s five main journals by mid-twentieth century, reconstructing what they could have informed on april 10th 1948, a day when actually no papers were printed in the city. The facts that took place during what has come to be historically known as El Bogotazo, remain so close to a surreal sphere, that they allow us to explain their causes using narratives involving terror and fantasy. And that´s how these newspapers narrate the bloody episode that divided Bogotá´s history in half: as if it had been a zombie breakout.

ISBN 13 978-958-98458-6-8
Product dimensions: 32,5cm(w) x 22(h)
Paperback
Pages 5 posters de 32 (w) x 42.5 (h)
Price US $15 CO$30.000

Titles from this collection Origins

Bogotá Fonográfica

Costuras

Los Once

Thousand drawings

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Mil dibujos, Esteban Peña

ISBN13  978-958-98458-1-3
Size 27cm x 21cm
Bookbinding
Tapa rústica
Number op pages 96 p.
Price Sold out

This book collects forty drawings (selected from a series of a thousand) as a significant foretaste of Esteban Peña´s works, which reproduce images made out of pictures taken from art history books. All drawings are accompanied by brief texts written by people who commented on them, based either on their impression of the drawing or on their relationship with the original work.