Jaime Breaks With Tradition
For the poet Oswaldo Chanove, the first thing that crossed his and the spectator’s mind by looking Jaime Mamani (Puno, 1964) paintings, was how uncommon they are compared to the long tradition of the Peruvian paintings.
What is more impressive in Mamani’s work is that not only he hasn’t incorporated the traditional in his painting but also he hasn’t inclined to innovations on contemporary vanguard which are routine currently.
His exhibition of paintings, Rare avis, will be open for the public from September 25th. It is a retrospective work of the artist that studied in the Plastic Arts School of San Agustin National University of Arequipa and alumni of the Drawing and Painting Atelier Intermezzo.
In debt with Hieronymus Bosch and others master of that era, Jaime’s canvas own interpretation can be seen in the Inca Garcilaso Cultural Center of the Foreign Effairs Ministry (Jr. Ucayali 391, Lima). The exhibition is free for the public.
Caretas / September 25, 2014