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Argentinian, 20th – 21st century, male.

Active in the Netherlands.

Born 1952.


Miguel Lohlé was self-taught. The abstract lyricism and Surrealism in his paintings is partly drawn from CoBrA. His work, sometimes constructed and sometimes gestural, relies on experimentation with form and colour.

He has been represented in collective exhibitions including: Lineart, Ghent; ...


Ana Tapias

Venezuelan painter. He studied at the Escuela de Arte ‘Neptalí Rincón’ in Maracaibo from 1967 to 1970. In his work he used elements derived from Surrealism to create portraits containing imaginary landscapes and figures, as in the Blue Bird (1977; priv. col., see 1977...


Venezuelan, 20th – 21st century, female.

Active in France.

Born 1957, in Caracas.

Painter (mixed media), screen printer.

Alexandra Poleo's painting displays a kind of figurative Surrealism, not dissimilar to free figuration. She has taken part in collective exhibitions, including: touring exhibition with the Telarte group in the USA and Switzerland (...


Luis Enrique Tord

Peruvian painter and printmaker. He studied in the Netherlands and produced fantastic Surrealist-influenced pictures, in which he made reference to Flemish and Italian painting of the Renaissance. In a number of his dreamlike paintings figures appear to have emerged from a great box of robot toys, contributing to the painting’s disconcertingly cold atmosphere....