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date: 17 October 2019

Hurtado, Angellocked

(b El Tocuyo, Oct 27, 1927).
  • Lelia Delgado
  • , revised by Alana Hernandez

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(b El Tocuyo, Oct 27, 1927).

Venezuelan painter and filmmaker. He studied at the Escuela de Artes Plásticas y Aplicadas in Caracas (1944–1948). In 1949 he received the award for students of fine arts in the tenth Salón Oficial. Hurtado then went to Paris, where he studied art history and film at the Sorbonne (1954–1959). In 1959 he traveled to Washington, DC, where he exhibited in the Pan-American Union and then returned to Caracas, where he taught film journalism at the Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas. In 1964 he returned to Paris where he lived and worked for six years in both television and painting. In 1970 he moved to Washington, DC, to become head of the film section at the Department of Cultural Affairs of the Organization for American States, making documentaries on various artists.

Hurtado’s early paintings are characterized by the dynamic interplay of dark bands that resemble a nocturnal atmosphere. His series ...

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