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This painting is part of the work done with Isabel Bolívar.

The gypsy painter Juan Zíngaro, in one of his many trips to Latin America, showed the delicate problem of Colombia. The artist was directly confronted with the harsh reality of a people, through the history of a woman of the district of the Candelaria, one of the popular districts of Bogota. This woman, who with the same surname of the liberator, Simon Bolivar, faces bulls imported from Spain and raised in Colombia, living symbols of the conquest and black phantoms of the Inquisition, trying to give back to her vanquished people, betting with his life, the pride of being born in America.

The pictures representing Isabel Bolivar allowed the artist to overcome an important stage. It is through the history of Isabel Bolivar and under the influence of Tony Shafrazi who begins to use his gypsy name Juan Zíngaro.

Materials used:


Isabel Bolívar 4 (2016)


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