Juan Nascimento, Daniela Lovera. Wuthering Heights. 2001

Juan Nascimento, Daniela Lovera Wuthering Heights 2001

  • Not on view
Medium
Video (black and white, sound)
Duration
3 min.
Credit
Gift of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros through the Latin American and Caribbean Fund in honor of Gabriela Rangel.
Object number
678.2017
Department
Media and Performance
Research in progress; information about this work may be incomplete.
Juan Nascimento and Daniela Lovera, Venezuela, 2001
Maracaibo, Centro de Arte de Maracaibo Lía Bermúdez, "Arte Contemporáneo Venezolano 1990-2004 en la Colección Cisneros", July 14 - October 9, 2005

Bolívar, Museo de Arte Moderno Jesús Soto, "Arte Contemporáneo Venezolano 1990-2004 en la Collección Cisneros", October 7, 2004 - March 13, 2005

Santiago de los Caballeros, Centro Cultural Eduardo León Juménez, "Geografías (In)visibles: Arte Contemporáneo Latinoamericano", June 26 - September 21, 2008

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