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MICHIGAN

Chicago, Illinois. June 13th - July 3th

St. Ignace, Michigan August 31th. September 3rd

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Redezvous At the Straits Powwow


INTERCONTINENTAL BIENNIAL OF THE INDIGENOUS OR MILLENARIAN ARTS Jorge I. Cevallos - Chairman Inglaterra E3-58 y Eloy Alfaro Edificio Noboa. Piso 2. Ofc. 202. Quito. Ecuador P. O. Box 17 - 03 - 669 Quito Ecuador South America E mail: santoeq@yahoo.ca / quitumbe67@hotmail.com www.biai.art Tel. (593-9) 97 958-845 DISEÑO Y DIAGRAMACIÓN We Are Diseño www.wearediseno.com

Cover. Catherine Valladares - Perú


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Greetings from the Office of the Minister of Culture of the Republic of Ecuador

Raul Perez Torres, Ministry of Heritage and Culture of Ecuador & Jorge IvĂĄn Cevallos

Beyond the political and ministerial presence that I currently represent, I want to address you as the officiant of the word that I have always been: a writer, an artist who from an early age felt the need to witness his most immediate reality; to question the multiple needs that our people have historically suffered; to propose and demonstrate before Latin America and the world, the aesthetic ruptures that confronted not only the prevailing tendencies in contemporary society but, that they founded and -of course-, consolidated Ecuadorian Art as one of the essential contributions in its goal to achieve human transcendence about the Universe. That is why I welcome the philosophy and pragmatism that animates artists, cultural managers, producers and other organizations linked to the Foundation and Community of Learning “Indigenous School of the Arts�. Collective that for some years has been creating and strengthening intergenerational systems of knowledge transmission, oriented to safeguard the substantive elements that characterize the diverse ancestral cultures of America and other latitudes.

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As I affirm, this is a diffusion and integration project that begins with the analysis of the multiculturalism of the world. A commitment that unites the efforts of several compatriots determined to collect the ancient manifestation of ancestral cultures and then a systematic and rigorous assessment, individualize them according to temporal, aesthetic or technical parameters that enhance the plastic excellence of all exhibitors. Samples that periodically are exhibited in important Galleries, Educational Institutions, Museums, Workshops and other spaces such as the magnificent Art Gallery of the National Autonomous University of Mexico - branch Chicago, which welcomes us tonight. In this sensually Gothic city I have felt the warm embrace, the brotherhood, the irrevocable commitments, the open spirit of compatriots who seek a different direction for their efforts. Painters of my country and other geographical demarcations that seek to exhibit and promote their works, despite the limitations that the market impose. For these and other considerations, I think that the Intercontinental Biennial of Indigenous Art and it’s Traveling Gallery is a relevant artistic project that not only demonstrates the expression, development, and pictorial transparency of the original indigenous communities, but also facilitates the opening of spaces where training and improvement of new talents, allow us to visualize the proposals and trends that distinguish the plastic art of our time. The Traveling Gallery of the Intercontinental Biennial of Indigenous Art brings together the plastic and human proposals of various artists and indigenous sectors that, from anonymity or silence, raise an original work that is often crossed by magic, chromaticism or, perhaps, also , determined by pain, anger, disagreement, the insurgency before so much abuse and dispossession that we have suffered for centuries. The Ministry of Culture and Heritage of Ecuador recognizes and values the multiple activities carried out by the organizers of this exhibit; emphasizes the firm purpose of arousing the progress of the new pictorial plastic proposals that spread throughout the world; seeks a fraternal embrace to each of the masters whose work is exposed and reiterates its commitment to accompany, promote and disseminate in any country in America, Europe, Africa or other continents, the creative expressions of our indigenous communities that day after day , strengthen the construction of a free, sovereign, deeply sensitive and willing to preserve their cultural singularities, beyond the moral crisis that the whole world suffers. Raúl PÊrez Torres

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Lucía Pazmiño Castro

The Intercontinental Biennial of the Indigenous Arts and its Traveling Gallery, constitutes a relevant project for the indigenous communities and artists, as well as for the art galleries, museums, universities or cultural centers around the world. This integrative nature is reflected in the structure of the project, which works to open suitable spaces for artistic creation, professional technical training and the preparation of new talents. It also favors the assembly of a first level exhibition, in which we can appreciate the tendencies and proposals of cultural groups and artists of native peoples, from the most diverse latitudes of the planet. For our country, Ecuador, it is an honor to have been able to structure and put at the service of the international community this visionary initiative, which does so much good to the art at all levels and that should be replicated in other countries, so that just as we do, you can cultivate, through this type of programs, the invaluable cultural, material and immaterial heritage of which we are heirs. We wish to greet the authorities at all levels, and specially to those who recognize the importance of indigenous art, respectfully requesting their support, so that the efforts made by the Foundation and Learning Community INDIGENOUS SCHOOL OF THE ARTS, represented by it´s founder, the Writer and Independent Producer Jorge Iván Cevallos, bear fruits on the basis of joint work among the various, in the progress of the Art of the original native nations, which is undoubtedly the progress of our societies. Lucia Pazmiño Castro Director of International Relations and Cultural Cooperation. MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND HERITAGE. REPUBLIC OF ECUADOR

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GREETINGS FROM Please join me in welcoming the TRAVELLING GALLERY OF THE INTERCONTINENTAL BIENNIAL OF THE INDIGENOUS ART to St. Ignace, over Labor Day Weekend 2018!

Fort De Buade and the Michilimackinac Historical Society is an honor assisting in hosting this wonderful display of Indigenous Art from creators of all over The Americas and Northern Africa. Visiting artists will be present to discuss their artwork and sell prints and originals of their beautiful and impactful pieces.

There will be over 40 pieces on display all weekend at the Walker Building, a branch of the Michilimackinac Historical Society. Donations are welcome to support continued promotion of arts and culture in St. Ignace.

We take pride in having the ability to partner with and promote displays such as this for the benefit of our community and guests alike. We are excited for the impact this display will have on our community. With hundreds of thousands of visitors each summer, we are confident displays like this bring our guests back time and time again. We are very grateful for our sponsors that have made this even possible: the Michilimackinac Historical Society, Rendezvous at the Straits Powwow, The St. Ignace Visitors Bureau, and Kewadin Casino. Thank you! All the best,

Quincy Ranville Executive Director St. Ignace Visitors Bureau

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6 Spring Street. Suite 100 St. Ignance. Mi. 49781 USA 096 643 6950. quincy@stignace.com 1800 345 345


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WHO ARE WE Based in Ecuador the Indigenous School of Arts Foundation and our program Intercontinental Biennial of Indigenous, Millenarian or Ancestral Art are the pragmatic outcome of a process experienced over the years, by a collective of artists, cultural groups, institutions and organizations from different cultures and countries. The Travelling Gallery visits Portland-Main. USA

Among our objectives is to strengthen and develop systems of intergenerational transmission of knowledge, preserved and guided by the cultural elements of our Native Nations. We cultivate and share with artists and audiences around the world, the magic and wisdom of the Ancient Art through exhibitions and workshops, integrated into a Learning Community of itinerant character. Non profit Foundation and Community of Learning. Legal agreement. 2625. The Nacional Council of the Indigenous Peoples of Ecuador - CODENPE.

VALUES AND PRINCIPLES THAT INSPIRE US * Cause significant paradigm shifts. * Promote individual and collective construction of knowledge. * Come to knowledge from parameters of respect for nature and for the people who populate the universe, in his own cosmovision. * Recall the different experiences, ideas and educational practices, with a perspective of dialogue and exchange. * Strengthening community and family ties.

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THE LEARNING

COMMUNITY - PHILOSOPHY - Are designed to bridge the gap between the formal and informal education, allowing the participation of groups traditionally excluded from existing systems. - Have the virtue of being shepherds of knowledge. - Provide an alternative to increase opportunities of access to collective learning processes. - Are autonomous and organized around their own reality. - Promote practical learning and empowerment, oriented towards the revaluation of Cultural Heritage and Human Talent. - Consider by design broad participation, giving equal weight and importance to the epistemological authorities (authorities in virtue of their knowledge), and the ontological authorities (authorities by title or academic degree). - It does not only work on behalf of the community, but also leaves mark on every person. Inspired by the principles determined by the Ecuadorian Confederation of the Indigenous Nationalities and Peoples - CONAIE – at the time of creation of the Intercultural University “Amawtay Wasi – The House of Wisdom”.

‘’Royal’’ Scott Hill

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The travelling Gallery of the Intercontinental Biennial of the Indigenous Arts Estados Unidos: Portland, Chicago; Egipto: El Cairo; Perú: Piura, Paita, Catacaos, Rinconada Llicuar, Sullana; Ecuador: Quito, Pijal, Peguche; Inglaterra: Londres; Noruega: Oslo; Bolívia: La Paz; Canada: Toronto; Brasil: Sao Paulo, Río de Janeiro; Copenague. Estados Unidos: Portland, Chicago; Egipto: El Cairo; Perú: Piura, Paita, Catacaos, Rinconada Llicuar, Sullana; Ecuador: Quito, Pijal, Peguche; Inglaterra: Londres; Noruega: Oslo; Bolívia: La Paz; Canada: Toronto; Brasil: Sao Paulo, Río de Janeiro; Copenague. Estados Unidos: Portland, Chicago; Egipto: El Cairo; Perú: Piura, Paita, Catacaos, Rinconada Llicuar, Sullana; Ecuador: Quito, Pijal, Peguche; Inglaterra: Londres; Noruega: Oslo; Bolívia: La Paz; Canada: Toronto; Brasil: Sao Paulo, Río de Janeiro; Copenague.

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The traveling gallery of the intercontinental biennial of the indigenous arts Tour 2018

THE TRAVELLING GALLERY ACADEMIC COMPONENTS THAT TRAVELS ALONG THE EXHIBITS The Community of Learning as an opportunity to get professional training on different fields of the Arts. Offered by Artist of our Foundation and guest local artists - from the host city. The agenda 2018 - 2020 will include workshops on the theme: “Colors and symbolism of the Pre Hispanic Art”. Workshops will also include exercises in the fields of the Dance, Theatre and Pre Hispanic Music. Every workshop will at last 25 hours, to be distributed during the days of the exhibition.

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OUR TEAM AGENDA 2018-2022 With Dr. Luis Macas Ambuludi. Goodwill Embasador and Cofounder of the http://www.biai.art

Coordinator and General Producer Jorge Iván Cevallos Artistic Director Gustavo Toaquiaza Technical Director Tomás Graham Trustee Luis Carlos Fernández Press and Communications Officer Diana Valdez Institutional layout Joselo Imbaquingo Graphic Design Alex Panizo / We Are Diseño Web master We Are Diseño Public Venues and Fairs Coordinator Daniel Anrango Morales Coordinator in Argentina Lilia Moyano Coordinator in Brasil Dora Parentes Coordinator in Bolivia Freddy Carvajal Chávez. Coordinator in Canada Tomas Graham

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Coordinator in Colombia Alegria Restrepo Coordinator in Chile Miguel Huenchullan Coordinator in Egypt Nadia Sirry Coordinator in Estados Unidos Tony Kieffer Coordinator in Panama Achu Oswaldo de Leon Kantule Coordinator in Peru José Ruiz Tume Coordinator in Poland Jorge Marquez (Coqui) Coordinator in Spain Dayra Arteaga. Coordinador in UK Edwin Lema Coordinator in Norway Tito Guevara y Miguel Tinizaray Coordinator in France Laurent Chiffoleau Coordinator in New Zealand Ray Miller


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THE TRAVELLING GALLERY OF THE INTERCONTINENTAL BIENNIAL OF THE INDIGENOUS ART A traveller exhibit available all year long / A beautiful display made to fit any space / Free of cost and easy to go. With the support of: Ministry of Heritage and Culture of the Republic of Ecuador; Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Human Mobility of the Republic of Ecuador; General Consulate of Ecuador in Chicago; Embassy of Ecuador in Peru; Rendezvous at the Straits Powwow, Michigan; The St. Ignace Visitors Bureau, Michigan; Museum of the Objwa Culture, Michigan; Michilimackinac Historical Society, Michigan; Rendezvous at the Straits Powwow, Michigan; Kewadin Casino; Galerie Laboratorie BX - Centre D’ Art Contemporain, Bordeaux, France; The Miller’s Home for the Arts, New Zealand.

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PLEASE, SUPPORT US We are an independent and Non Profit Organization. As far as we do not account with any financial support, donations are welcome and will be very appreciated.

Our Bank Info: Fundación de Aprendizaje Esc Indígena de las Artes Account number: 1792385725001. Planitun Cuenta Corriente. Quito. Ecuador. An Ecuadorian non profit organization. Legal Registration # 2536. Consejo de Desarrollo de las Nacionalidades y Pueblos del Ecuador. CODENPE. National Council for the Developmente of the Peoples and Nationalities of Ecuador. The money that may be raised with your kind contribution will be invested in the following programs: 1. Institutional strengthening; 2. The Traveling Gallery. An educational Project to travel around the world; 3. Workshops for training new talents and artistic profesionalization. Based on Arts volunteer programs also available all year long, at ecuatorian indigenous comunities. More info and donations coordination: santoeq@yahoo.ca / quitumbe67@hotmail.com

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LIST OF

PARTICIPATING

ARTISTS

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Mónica Alvarado Argentina “Four Fires “

Mónica Alvarado Argentina “Vision”

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Freddy Carvajal Chavez Bolivia “Spirit of Mother Earth”

Freddie Carvajal Chavez Bolivia “Weaving Life”

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Jorge Rolando Marín Bolivia “Love”

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Froilan Cosme Huanca Bolivia “Metamorfosis”

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Froilan Cosme Huanca Bolivia “The Door of the Sun”

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Froilan Cosme Huanca Bolivia “The Sun, the Earth and the Moon”

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Dora Parentes Brasil “Zabelle”

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Dora Parentes Brasil “Awarrior Mandu Ladino”

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Milton Martel Colombia “When all begins”

Milton Martel Colombia “American Princess”

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Jairo Hernández Bustos Colombia “Ceremonial Mask”

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Jairo Hernández Bustos Colombia “Colombia The Procurator”

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Dawit Kifle Etiopía “Collage 1”

Dawit Kifle Etiopía “Collage 2”

Dawit Kifle Etiopía “Collage 3”

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Sisay Teshome Etiopia “Hopeful 1”

Sisay Teshome Etiopia “Hopeful 2”

Sisay Teshome Etiopia “Hopeful 3”

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VII BIENNIAL INTERCONTINENTAL OF INDIGENOUS ART Calling and Invitation PerĂş. From the 12 to the 24. October 2018. Metropolitan Museum of Lima MET; Cultutal Center of the National University of San Marcos de Lima. UNMSM. Parallel activities in the municipalities of: Santa Anita, Ate Vitarte, Callao & Ica. With a special venue in tribute to Master Juan de la Cruz Machicado. The traveling Gallery visits Cuzco. October. 12 - 28 Components: . Art exhibition and contest; . Professional artistic training; . Native Medicine, Food and Crafts fair; . Conferences; . Communitarian Tourism to the Historical Lima and its Pre-Cumbrian Sanctuaries; Visit to the Nazca Lines and Machu Pichu. More info at: http://www.biai.art Inscriptions at: santoeq@yahoo.ca / anaidv@hotmail.es

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Luis Mariano Sandoval Ecuador “Cosmic Geometry”

Luis Mariano Sandoval Ecuador “Spirit of the Andes”

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Gustavo Toaquiza Ugsha Ecuador “The Encounter of the Eagle and the Condor”

Gustavo Toaquiza Ugsha Ecuador “The Scream of the Jungle 1”

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Gustavo Toaquiza Ugsha Ecuador “The Scream of the Jungle 2”

Gustavo Toaquiza Ugsha Ecuador The Legend of Uncle Wolf. Short story. A legend to create values.

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Alexei Portero Ecuador “Andean Queen”

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Nadia Sirry Egipto “Life Goes On”

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Chadi Adib Salama Egipto “Hero Life”

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Eddie Orantes El Salvador “Protector Spirit of Nature”

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Achu Oswaldo de León Panamá Winged Achu

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Daniel Contreras Perú “Mochica Burrial”

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Daniel Contreras Perú “The Coca Ceremony”

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José Ruiz Tume Perú “Ancestral Viringo Doggies”

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José Ruiz Tume Perú “Childhood”

José Ruiz Tume Perú “Ancestral Music”

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Reynaldo Santos Perú “Ancestral Musicians”

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Elmer Castro Perú “Mochica Warriors”

Elmer Castro Perú “Moche Queen”

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Jhon Carlos Herrera Perú “Dancers of the Moon”

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Carlos Alberto León Cruz Perú “Blue Characters”

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Catherine Valladares Perú “Owl Girl”

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Herbert Dante Calumani Blanco Perú “Vigilant of the Sacred Lake”

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Herbert Dante Calumani Blanco Perú “Scissors Dancers”

Herbert Dante Calumani Blanco Perú “Wise Elders”

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Herbert Dante Calumani Blanco Perú “Yawar Fiesta”

Herbert Dante Calumani Blanco Perú “The Sicury´s Telluric Force”

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Juan de la Cruz Machicado Perú “Cuzqueño Mother”

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Juan de la Cruz Machicado Perú “Maguey, Simbol of Love”

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Alfredo Chinguel Perú “Fire Horse”

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Victor Salvo Perú “Musicians of my Town”

Victor Salvo Perú “Yawar Fiesta”

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Martin Gomez Perú “Traditions of my People”

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Fabian Antón Navarro Perú “Inka Queen”

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Fabian Antón Navarro Perú “Virgens of the Sun”

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Fabian Antón Navarro Perú “In the Spirit of Crazy Horse.

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Scott Hill United States “Standing Rock’’

Scott Hill United States “Royal’’

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Scott Hill United States “Warrior 1’

Scott Hill United States “The Clan of Bear’’

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Darryl Brown United States “Inception’’

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Darryl Brown United States “Faces’’

Darryl Brown United States “Mahee Spirit Matted’’

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Darryl Brown United States “Indian County’’

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Yellow Horn United States “Tatanka Sundance’’

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The traveling gallery of the Intercontinental Biennial of the Indigenous or Milenarian Arts. Tour Summer 2018. Participants list. Chicago, Illinois, USA, June 13 - July 3 / Saint Ignace, Michigan, USA, August 31 - September 3 Saraguro - Loja. Ecuador. September 21. To be conffirm Lima, Santa Anita, Ate Vitarte, Callao, Ica & Cusco. Peru. October, 12 - 28. Title

Measurements in centimetres

Measurements in inches.

"Vision"

90 x 100

35.4 x 39.3

"Four Fires "

80 x 80

31.4 x 31.4

Spirit of Mother Earth.

79,5 X 99

31,2 x 39

Weaving Life

89 x 119

35 x 46.8

Love

60 x 79,8

23,5 x 31,3

The door of the sun

99x65

38,9 x 25,5

The sun, the earth an the moon

99x65

38,9 x 25,5

Metamorfosis

99 x 65

38,9 x 25,5

Zabelle

148 x 99

58,2 x 39

Awarrior Mandu Ladino

120 x 98

47,2 x38,5

When all begin

0.36 X 0.28

0.14 x 0.11

American Princess

0.36 X 0.28

0.14 x 0.11

Jairo Hernández

Ceremonial Mask

27.56 x 19.65

70 x 50

Jairo Hernández

The Procurator

80 x 60

31.50 x 23.60

The Scream of the Jungle 1

80x60

31,4 x 23,6

The Scream of the Jungle 2

80x60

31,4 x 23,6

The encounter of the Eagle and the Condor

45 x 60

17,7 x 23,6

Cosmic Geometry

150 x 90 cm

59 x 32,4

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Luis Mariano Sandoval

Identity

150 x 100

59 x 39.3

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Alexei Portero

Andean Queen

75 x 99 cm

29.5 x 39

Eddie Orantes

Protector Spirit of Nature

100 x 60

39,3 x 23,6

Nro

1 2

Country

Artist Name

Argentina

Mónica Alvarado

3

Freddy Carvajal Chavez

4 5 6

Bolivia

Jorge Rolando Marín Froilan Cosme Huanca

7 8 9 10

Brasil

11 12 13

Dora Parentes Milton Martel

Colombia

14 15

Gustavo Toaquiza Ugsha

16 17

Ecuador

18

21

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El Salvador


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Title

Measurements in centimetres

Measurements in inches.

The Spirit of Music

60 x 60

23.6 x 23.6

Afro

60 x 60

23.6 x 23.6

Meditation

60 x 60

23.6 x 23.6

Hopeful 1

60 x 65

23,6 x 25,5

Hopeful 2

60 x 65

23,6 x 25,5

Hopeful 3

60 x 65

23,6 x 25,5

Chadi Adib Salama

Hero Life

100 X 40

39.3 x 15.7

Nadia Sirry

Life Goes On.

80 X 100

31.4 x 39.3

30

Wise Elders

45 x 67

17,7 x 26,3

31

Scissors Dancers

50 X 65

19.6 x 25.5

The Sicury´s Telluric Force

45 x 27,5

16,5 x 10,8

Yawar Fiesta

60 X 60

19,6x 20,4

Guardian of the Sacred Lake

60,4 x 92

23,7 x 3ft

Mochica Warriors

63 x 94

24.8 x 37

Moche Queen

77,5x 121

30,5 x 47,8

Nro

Country

Artist Name

22 23 24 25

Dawit Kifle Etiopia Sisay Teshome

26 27 28 29

Egipto

Herbert Dante Calumani Blanco

32 33 34 35 36

Perú

Elmer Castro

37

Jhon Carlos Herrera

Dancer of the Moon

100 x 119,8

39,3 x 47

38

Alfredo Chinguel

Fire Horse

149 x 84,5

58,7 x 33,5

39

Daniel Contreras. Danco

Mochica Burrial

79 x 60

30,9 x 23,7

40

Carlos León Cruz

Blue Characters

110 x 119,5

43,2 x 43,3

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Artist Name

Title

Measurements in centimetres

Measurements in inches.

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Martin Gomez

Traditions of my people

198,5 x 148,5

78 x 58,4

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Juan de la Cruz Machicado

Cusqueño Mother

146,5 x 121

57,6 x 47,6

Maguey Simbol of Love

76 x 76

29,8 x 29,8

Ancestral Musicians

158 x 115

62,2 x 45,2

Ancestral Viringo Doggies

72 x 101

28,5 x 39,7

Chilhood

65 x 90

25,5 x 35,4

Ancestral Music

64 x64

25,1 x 25,1

Owl Girl

92x 126

3ft x 49,8

In the Spirit of Crazy Horse

62 x 51

24,3 x 20

Virgens of the sun

121,5 x 182

47,8 x 71,6

Musicians of my village 1

65 x 81

25,5 x 31,8

Yawar Fiesta

65,5 x 81

25,7 x 31,8

Winged Achu

83 x 95

32,5 x 36,8

Standing Rock

91,5 x 122

36 x 48

Royal

61 x 91,5

24 x 36

Warrior 1

39 x 50 cm

15.5 x 20

The clan of bear

59,6 x 123 cm

23,5 x 48,5

Faces

40,6 x 50,8

16 x 20

Inception

55,8 x 71,1

22 x 28

Maheer Spirit matted

28 x 28

11 x 11

Tatanka Sundance

109 x 167 cm

43 x 66

Nro

Country

43

Reynaldo Santos

44 45 46 47

Perú

Catherine Valladares

48 49

Fabian Antón Navarro

50 51

Victor Salvo

52 53

José Ruiz Tume

Panamá

Achu Oswaldo de León Kantule

54 55

Scott Hill

56 57 58 59

United States Darryl Brown

60 61

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Yellow Horn


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Catalog of participants - tour 2018  

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