Issue - April 2010



April 2010

Editorial

In this edition, Emma Pedersen puts down on paper her interview with the artist Alejandra Dorado; Husein Meghji gives an insight to his meeting with the past at the Museo Arqueológico; Ed young tells us about the history of aviation in Cochabamba; Paola Garcia Ovando invites us to visit the exhibition of the last two centuries Bolivian sculptors at the Cultural Center Simón I. Patiño ; and ultimately Walter Sánchez lets us know about the traditions and history revolving trees in Cochabamba.read more...

April 2010

Editorial

In this edition, Emma Pedersen puts down on paper her interview with the artist Alejandra Dorado; Husein Meghji gives an insight to his meeting with the past at the Museo Arqueologico; Ed young tells us about the history of aviation in Cochabamba; Paola Garcia Ovando invites us to visit the exhibition of the last two centuries Bolivian sculptors at the Cultural Center Simon I. Patino ; and ultimately Walter Sanchez lets us know about the traditions and history revolving trees in Cochabamba.

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Ximena Noya
Editor

Contemporary, baroque, art!

These are the three words the multi-artist Alejandra Dorado used to describe her work when I met her for an interview in her studio. Provoking, painting with blood and always experimenting with different styles, such as video art and live street performances. Alejandra is one of those people, who is always searching for something new. Besides her artistic vocation, she is also working as a teacher and a mentor for disabled and troubled young people in the project “Caja Verde”.

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