Artistic activity does not stop in the historic center of Santa Cruz

Artistic activity does not stop in the historic center of Santa Cruz

By Maria Jose Rojas

The artistic movement in the historic center of Santa Cruz is constant these days, proof of this is that, despite the weather, art lovers have various options in three spaces in the old town of Santa Cruz.

Block 1 Art Space

The artistic tour begins with Art in the Plaza, in Manzana 1 Espacio de Arte, where it is exhibited Chatdye Tsimane (Chiman Relative), the result of a synthesis of work by Bolivian photographer Manuel Seoane, who has been documenting the Chimán community of Maraca’tunsi (Beni) since 2019 with the support of the Pulitzer Center and National Geographic.

Adding to this photographic sample, Manzana 1 Espacio de Arte brings a proposal for fans of drawing. Interweaves of Time, Earthly Cartoons Y Sculptures and Chimerical Creatures Part l, are make up the joint exhibition of Luis Mora Pozo, Abecor and Mauricio Añez.

“This exhibition of contemporary drawing shows moments and times intertwined in the same place, which leave traces, some very deep, that last and others that are transformed into the complex plots that we live”, explained Laura Mora, exhibitor of the exhibition. .

The exhibition in which drawing talents, caricatured reality, sculptures, fictional characters and superimposed urban scenes were added It will be available from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., until July 31.

Cloud Gallery

On the other hand, Nube Gallery opens its doors to the French curator Pierre Vals with Polemics. The exhibition covers 15 projects in the form of sketches, plans, documents, files, photographs, drawings and texts. From the search for new interpretive possibilities to contextualize past objects in the present, Pierre aims to achieve creative transcendence through images.

Among the artists and researchers present in the exhibition are: Alejandra Delgado, Chantal Peñalosa, Daniela Lucena, Santiago Sierra, Harold Ortiz and Yoshua Okón. The exhibition will remain from June 30 to August 5

Melchor Pinto House

Last but not least in this cultural journey, we meet at the Espacio de Pimpo in the Casa Melchor Pinto with Extractionan exhibition by the artist Betzel Maida Galicia, which invites its public to explore the world of barista and coffee culture from the expressive power of figurative art.

The artist, of Bolivian-Venezuelan nationality, who is currently part of the Roca Gravato Foundation, will begin the exhibition tonight, at 7:00 p.m. until August 7.

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