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Latinamerican Contemporary Artists in London & UK
CBAT is pleased to participate in ALL (Artistas Latinoamericanos en Londres y Reino Unido) Map. We want Latin American artists in London and throughout the United Kingdom to be recognized and supported in their artistic careers. We are proud of our Bolivian artists who stand out for their excellence and originality.
"NATURALEZA, SOCIEDAD Y CLIMA" Photo Exhibition at Fundación Patiño in Cochabamba
On July 18th this photo exhibition opened at Fundación Patiño in Cochabamba, Bolivia.
Photographs exhibited were based on outstanding images of the photo contest presented in the 'Voces del Chaco' and 'Open Format' categories, as well as the winners of the Series and Individual categories.
'Voces del Chaco' Photo Exhibition at Fundación Patiño in Santa Cruz
On May 4th this photo exhibition opened at Fundación Patiño centre in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. Photographs exhibited were based on winning and outstanding images of the photo contest 'Naturaleza, Sociedad and Clima' from 'Voces del Chaco' category. An evening accompanied by dance and music, to celebrate the Bolivian Chaco.
"Voces del Chaco" Photography Exhibition at Fundación Patiño, 4 - 25 May
'Voces del Chaco' seeks to make visible the local human perspectives of the Bolivian Chaco, providing a space for self-representation for those who inhabit the region and for the Chaco diaspora. The actors of these photographs represent a local and personal
vision of the experience of inhabiting the environment and belonging to the Chaco communities.' Professionals or self-taught, these photographers express their message through interesting captures that communicate both the natural and cultural wealth of the area, as well as the struggles and challenges that its inhabitants face today.
CBAT's Piano Fundraiser 2022
On Nov 2022 CBAT had the privilege to welcome our Bolivian and highly talented pianist José Navarro Silberstein who delighted the audience with a repertoire of musical pieces by Domenico Scarlatti, Carl Philipp, Emmanuel Bach, Franz Liszt, Robert Schumann, Boquerón, and Villla-Lobos.
To learn more about José, please click here