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Bolivian people

Bolivian people

Calle Jaen. La Paz, Bolivia

Calle Jaen. La Paz, Bolivia

Aguayos.  La Paz/Bolivia

Aguayos.  La Paz/Bolivia

Posted 2 years ago / 32 notes #bolivia #la paz #colours #danza #folklore #tradition #dance / Via:

La Paz - Bolivia

La Paz - Bolivia


8/14/11 - festividad de la virgen de urkupiña, cochabamba

8/14/11 - festividad de la virgen de urkupiña, cochabamba


Carnaval Minero by romanschuster on Flickr.

Carnaval Minero by romanschuster on Flickr.

Posted 2 years ago / 43 notes #bolivia #man #playing #hat #folklore #tradition #colours / Via: hey-zeus

Bolivian people

Bolivian people


Extremely talented kids making a few pesos on the street with music #Bolivia (Taken with instagram)

Extremely talented kids making a few pesos on the street with music #Bolivia (Taken with instagram)

Bienal arte urbano de Cochabamba/Bolivia
osos: marelo; aguayo y flamengo: charquipunk

Bienal arte urbano de Cochabamba/Bolivia

osos: marelo; aguayo y flamengo: charquipunk

Fiesta de la Virgen de Urkupiña. Cochabamba/Bolivia.

Fiesta de la Virgen de Urkupiña. Cochabamba/Bolivia.

Fiesta de la Virgen de Urkupiña. Cochabamba/Bolivia.

Fiesta de la Virgen de Urkupiña. Cochabamba/Bolivia.

Fiesta de la Virgen de Urkupiña. Cochabamba/Bolivia

Fiesta de la Virgen de Urkupiña. Cochabamba/Bolivia


Muro hecho para la bienal de arte urbano de Cochabamba por charquipunk

fragmento del muro junto a la Brigada Negotropica
en COCHABAMBA 
Bolivia

set 2011

Muro hecho para la bienal de arte urbano de Cochabamba por charquipunk
fragmento del muro junto a la Brigada Negotropica
en COCHABAMBA 
Bolivia
set 2011


Quechua Kid by Leonid Plotkin on Flickr.

Quechua Kid by Leonid Plotkin on Flickr.

dna-lies:

this was my embroidery work based on the story of Bolivia and the Spanish conquistadors in Bolivia.

I am fascinated with cloth and fabric as not only a metaphor but as an actual way of transmitting history from a geneeration to the next. Should I pass this embroidery work to my children in the future, what would they think of the PVC that I used for the mountains and the shiny silver beads used to represent the silver in the ´mine´?

Probably nothing, because all history would someday be forgotten.


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