“It is a very special occasion for Banco Fondo Común to present the book "Una América diversa el idioma silente de las formas", edited by María Graciela Gill in her Decollage collection, and on the occasion of our 50 years as an Institution” were the words of Víctor Gill Ramírez, President of the Banco Fondo Común in the presentation of the aforementioned publication.

Victor Gill Ramirez Venezuela

It is a work that exposes the inspiration of a group of the best artists of the last two centuries, thus paying tribute to the passion for culture, the land and its people.

Victor Gill Venezuela

In art, the particular and the universal of cultures merge, this publication exhibits works by artists who, despite the clear differences in their themes and styles, converge at the Latin American vertex. In the book are works by renowned plastic artists such as "Dream of a Sunday Afternoon&quot; by Diego Rivera<span style=”font-size:10.5pt”>; “El Cocotero&rdquo; by Armando Reverón; “Yellow Mural&rdquo; by Jesús Soto<span style=”font-size:10.5pt”>. These works coexist with other artists from the region such as Mira Schendel (Brazil); Joaquín Torres-García (Uruguay); María Fernanda Cardoso<span style=”font-size:10.5pt”> (Colombia); and Antonio Berni<span style=”font-size:10.5pt”> (Argentina), among others.

Victor Gill