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Preservation of Traditional Indigenous Art
Initiated in the 1920s, the colonization of the Paraguayan Chaco brought about profound changes in the region. Military occupation, the Chaco War, and land commercialization have had an impact on the loss of living space and traditional livelihoods for indigenous peoples. The Nivaclé, Ayoreo, and Enlhet…
JUANA MARTA RODAS and JULIA ISÍDREZ - Two Ceramics
In November 1994, Juana Marta Rodas and her daughter Julia Isídrez, resident potters of the Caaguasú company in the village of Itá, received from the international jury the most important prize for the plastic arts that was then awarded in the country (Gran Premio de la Bienal Martel de Artes Visuales).