Fear and Loathing

Moreno, Gean
November 2000
Art Papers Magazine;Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p8
The article highlights that young artists in Bogota, Colombia, have organized art shows in public schools, in shops along trendy avenues, in cement factories, and in other poverty-stricken neighborhoods. These alternative shows are organized to answer the lack of suitable exhibition spaces in the city. The city offers only two commercial galleries that deal with younger artists, few alternative venues, and little museum space.


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