The photographic exhibition “Guadalupe”, presented on August 31 in Caracas (Venezuela) by our allies of Objetos DAC with the organization of Israel Almarza, was a visual sample of the qualities of the population of Guadalupe, located in the Lara state and portrayed by photographer Vladimir Marcado.
For Almarza, “this exhibition sought to show the existing conditions in the environment where our community of Venezuelan artisans develops, under the eyes of the outstanding photographer Vladimir Marcano”.
He also appointed that “although this rural area is unassisted in many aspects, its artisanal tradition in wood carving continues to remain in force among its inhabitants”.
Wich is why there was also a showcase in the Objetos DAC spaces to expose the work of Venezuelan artists and artisans, who make 100% utilitarian pieces in wood, stoneware and mud.
For Design Group Latinamerica, Venezuelan talent has an incalculable value that must be known, admired and supported. Our work was a show of recognition for these artists who continue to contribute their virtuous skills for the cultural growth of Venezuela.
About Objetos DAC
Company committed to the rescue of Venezuelan artisanal traditions, whose objective is to join efforts to further enhance the development of these artisans, through vehicles that allow direct contributions to their communities as innovative, ecological and successful entrepreneurs.
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