About Alicia Barney's work

 

Art for the Eighties

Álvaro Barrios | 1980

   

Alicia Barney: the Alternative Landscape

Miguel González | 1982

 

Paradise Lost

Álvaro Herazo | |1982

   

On the regional process of the bio-vanguard

José Hernán Aguilar | 1984

On the regional process of the auto-bio-vanguard

José Hernán Aguilar | 1985

 

About “Aves en el cielo" (Birds in the sky)

José Hernán Aguilar | 1993

 

Alicia Barney – Aves en el cielo (Birds in the sky)

María Teresa Guerrero | 1993

 

A Text Concerning the “Pulsiones” Exhibit at La Tertulia Museum

Miguel González | 1993

 

Text Concerning “The Behavior of the Landscape in the Seventh International Art Festival of Cali”

Miguel González | 1995

 

Zoom Alicia Barney

Carlos Jiménez | 1999    

 

A conversation with Alicia Barney Caldas

Revista Errata #10 | 2014

 

Yumbo, Alicia Barney

María Belén Sáez de Ibarra | 2014

 

The Sect of Forgotten Artists

Lucas Ospina | 2014

 

A Conversation with Carmela

Carmen María Jaramillo | 2016

 

The Phylogenesis of Generosity

Recollecting and Connecting Overlooked Art of Cali/Cali: Alicia Barney and Women Environmental Artists of California    

Gina McDaniel Tarver | 2017

 

 
Text Concerning “The Behavior of the Landscape in the Seventh International Art Festival of Cali”

 

1995 Miguel González

La Tertulia Modern Art Museum

Alicia Barney has worked with the landscape and in the landscape. She has shown its dramatic properties, its sense of the tragedy, of depredation and extinction. The Cauca River, which was so extensively painted by Zamora, was the inspiration for her moving study that showed its deterioration and agony. Yumbo, our productive industrial zone, portrayed by Rendón, is also a location for her project on pollution. Barney’s dead landscapes close this show, exemplified by beach trash [Bocagrande], dry forest leaves and various decomposing materials, as a manifestation of landscape art that is not only directed towards our sight, but which aims sharply at our conscience.