Dzama, Marcel

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Historia del objeto

Ha participado en las siguientes exposiciones:
"Marcel Dzama"; Düsseldorf(Alemania, Europa): Sies + Höke Galerie, 20/10/2006-25/11/2006
"Espacios deshabitados. Quince autores de la colección Helga de Alvear"; Cáceres (m)(Cáceres (c), Cáceres (p)): Casa de los Condes, 26/04/2007-31/05/2007
"Sobre papel"; Cáceres (m)(Cáceres (c), Cáceres (p)): Centro de Artes Visuales Fundación Helga de Alvear, 08/06/2013-30/03/2014, Diego, Estrella de [comisaria]


DIEGO, Estrella de. Sobre papel = On Paper. Cáceres (m): Centro de Artes Visuales Fundación Helga de Alvear, 2013. p. 307; il. color. Solo se reproducen las esculturas

REMEDIOS LASSO, Javier. Helga de Alvear : Los cimientos de una gran colección - Tesis Doctoral. Cáceres (m): Universidad de Extremadura, 2015. pp. 428-429; il. color.

RODRÍGUEZ, Julián. Helga de Alvear. Espacios deshabitados / ocultos. Cáceres: Junta de Extremadura, 2007. p. 18; il. color.

Mención derechos

© de las reproducciones autorizadas, el autor, 2024

Ficha técnica

Clasificación genérica:

Escultura, Instalación, Pintura


Instalación (6)




Acuarela y tinta sobre papel y esculturas de escayola y fieltro


Dibujo: Altura = 35,6 cm; Anchura = 29,7 cm
Marco: Altura = 39,7 cm; Anchura = 32 cm; Grosor = 3 cm
(x 3) Medidas aproximadas esculturas: 75,5 x 30 x 34 cm

Nº ref. / Edición:


Firmas / marcas:

Anverso del dibujo a la izquierda de la instalación, Lápiz, Manuscrita
Zuni Zien / Zuni may be a warrior since he wears a war / moomoo of sorts. His name may be derived from a particular / place (possibly in Garson Mb.) where he first appeared. / Zuni does not appear to adults only to children and only rarely to dogs. / Marcel Dzama
Anverso del dibujo central de la instalación, Lápiz, Manuscrita
Tewa Ehrenfest / This a very old creature, whem there is very little known or written. This painting was done / from a photograph of Tewa playing in a night club in Winnipeg, dated 1945. He may have danced or song / in the city night dances, in a group called Albatross. He has not appeared for a long time. Some believe him dead. / Marcel Dzama
Anverso del dibujo derecho de la instalación, Lápiz, Manuscrita
Kapicton Weizmann / This is an animal who appears during the first parades in the summer accompanied by clowns. / He is a comic and a clown. Reference should be made to the knife that appears in his head. His head is / full of fruit and other goodies, and towards the end of the parade, Kapicton will cut his head / open and give the fruit and goodies to the spectators. He is on occasion referred to as (knife head). Kapicton Weizmann is associated with the clown gods. / Marcel Dzama

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