DeepCool Helps Poor Children Realize Their Dreams Together with Artist Mamani Mamani
DeepCool, the leading manufacturer of computer cooling products, sponsored Aymaran artist Mamani Mamani for his charity fund raising campaign for his art school for poor children. Mamani Mamani cooperated with Misses de Bolivia exhibit body painting works at the Radisson Hotel on November 22. And these paintings go to a printed calendar 2013. All incomes from exhibitions, sales of calendar will be collected for the charity school.
DeepCool representative (the 3rd from left) @Presentación Calendario
Mamani Mamani is a Bolivian artist who enjoys international recognition for Aymara because his works reflect a world full of bright colors and symbols, which contrasts with the melancholy images portraying rural Andean life from other artists. This time, his yellows, blues, reds and greens were painted on half naked body of Bolivian beauty queens in the theme of 'falling in love' mixed with the feeling of being subjected to a ritual sacrifice. The series of body paintings launched in July had a photo shoot and in the end were printed on the calendar 2013.
DeepCool,as one of sponsors for this event, expected this art school can help children realize their dreams in their art world. In the mean time, it is hoped that more and more people can understand the culture of the Aymara from the art school and this hidden world.
Mamani Mamani is painting on Miss Cochabamba, Silvia Marin
Mamani Mamani is painting on Señorita Tarija 2012, Daliana Acosta