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Bolivian contemporary artist

Roberto Mamani Mamani


Mamani Mamani was born in the city of Cochabanba, Bolivia, in 1962.

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#1 "Jacha Fuji (Grandioso Fuji)"
oilpastel on paper ,2006
35x25cm
sold
#2 "Madre del Arco Iris "
oilpastel on paper ,2006
50x70cm
sale
#3 "Luchando al Viento"
oilpastel on paper ,2006
50x70cm
sale
#4 "Volcan de Olas"
oilpastel on paper ,2006
25x70cm
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#5 "Flor Sol"
oilpastel on paper ,2006
70x50cm
sale
#6 "Aves de los Andes"
oilpastel on paper ,2006
50x70cm
sale
#7 "Ave del Paraiso"
oilpastel on paper ,2006
70x50cm
sale
#8 "Achachila Fuji"
oilpastel on paper ,2006
25x70cm
sale
       








#9 "Pelea por la Vida"
oilpastel on paper ,2006
50x70cm
sale
#10 "Olas de Kawaguchi"
oilpastel on paper ,2006
35x25cm
sale
#11 "Ancestro de Luna"
oilpastel on paper ,2006
25x35cm
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#12 "Lago Sagrado"
oilpastel on paper ,2006
25x70cm
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#13 "Pequeno Sol de los Andes"
oilpastel on paper ,2006
25x35cm
sale
#14 "Jiska Fuji"
oilpastel on paper ,2006
25x35cm
sale
#15 "Luz de Primavera"
oilpastel on paper ,2006
20x25cm
sale
#16 "Nostalgia de los Andes"
oilpastel on paper ,2006
25x70cm
sale


Solo Exhibition

2006 Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay exhibition, organized by JETRO− Japan External Trade Organization “Magnificent Fuji − Full energy from the Andes”, Tokyo, Japan
Promo-arte Latin American Art Gallery “Jacha Fuji − Full energy from the Andes”, in Latin-American Art Gallery Promo-Arte, Tokyo,Japan
2005 Expo Aichi World’s Fair, Aichi, Japan
Promo-arte Latin American Art Gallery “Color and spirit from the Andes, Tokyo, Japan
2004 Inter-American Development Bank, Washington D.C., USA
Tambo Quirquincha Museum, La Paz, Bolivia
2003 Deutsch-Ibero-Amerikanischen Gesellschaft - German Ibero-American Society, Frankfurt, Germany
2002 UNESCO Salon - "Los Quince Dias de Bolivia en Paris", Paris, France
2nd Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Art Latin American Art - Cornell Museum of Art and History, Delary Beach, Florida, USA
Domplein Gallery, Utrecht, Netherlands
2001 Contemporary Art Museum "Plaza", La Paz, Bolivia
Cervantes Institute, London, England
2000 Latinoamerica Hall, Pavillion of Bolivia, Expo Hannover, Hannover, Germany.
Kith Gallery, Munich, Germany
1995 National Museum of the American Indian, New York, USA

Group Exhibition

2014 Latin American & Caribbean Contemporary Art "TODAY", in Latin-American Art Gallery Promo-Arte, Tokyo,Japan
2012 "Latin American Art exhibition" Vol.01, in Latin-American Art Gallery Promo-Arte, Tokyo,Japan
"Latin American Art exhibition" Vol.02, in Latin-American Art Gallery Promo-Arte, Tokyo,Japan
2011 LIVING ART of Latin American, in Latin-American Art Gallery Promo-Arte, Tokyo,Japan
2010 Latin American Contemporary Art exhibition, in Latin-American Art Gallery Promo-Arte, Tokyo,Japan
2009 10th Latinamerican Contemporary Art "TODAY", in Latin-American Art Gallery Promo-Arte, Tokyo,Japan

 



No. 01
"Jacha Fuji (Grandioso Fuji)"
oil pastel on paper, 2006
35x25cm
for sale


"Jacha Fuji" - full energy from the Andes
Many Japanese people who come to the exhibition ask the meaning of the title "Jacha Fuji". Mount Fuji is, for this people, a sacred icon. Mamani explains: "The theme 'mountain' is a relation of union between two cultures, Japan and Andes. Mountains are sacred for us too, they are 'god'. Besides that, there are many other similarities between these two cultures".
Mamani is in Tokyo, invited by JETRO for "Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay exhibition" and is now showing 37 works in our gallery.

 
Mamani Mamani was born in the city of Cochabamba, Bolivia, in 1962.
This is his third exhibition held in Japan, in which the first, held at World’s Fair - Expo Aichi 2005, attracted much attention of media worldwide.
Mamani Mamani featured in International Press
(newspaper for Spanish speakers in Japan)
December, 02nd edition.


View of exhibition held at Expo Aichi 2005, where
Mamani Mamani's works drew attention of many
visitor worldwide.


Mamani Mamani in action during workshop
at Expo Aichi.

Proud of his Aymaran descent, Mamani depicts the spirit and colors characteristic of the Aymaran art in his paintings, however abstracting forms found in nature. His works are contemporary, and still exhale the memories of his ancestors, engraved in the DNA of his roots.


On his first exhibition in Japan wearing traditional cap,
with former Embassador of Bolivia, Joaquin Dabdoub




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