Carlos Barberena

9456-Fora Garimpo By Carlos Barberena

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Artist: Carlos Barberena
Carlos Barberena (b.1972) is a Contemporary Nicaraguan Printmaker best known for his relief prints and the use of images from pop culture, as well as from political and cultural tragedies.
Barberena has exhibited individually in Costa Rica, Estonia, France, Mexico, Nicaragua, Spain and The United States of America, his work also has been shown in Art Biennials, Museums, Galleries and Cultural Centers around the world.
Barberena's work is included in numerous public and private collections.

Materials and Techniques: Original limited edition Linocut print, Letterpress and Screen print (no giclee) printed on a 24" x 18" French paper

Limited Edition of 100, printed by hand. Signed and Numbered

This print is to raise awareness about the humanitarian catastrophe that the Yanomami indigenous people are suffering, largely due to the disastrous effect of illegal gold mining that has displaced them, brought diseases, child malnutrition, destroyed the land and contaminated the rivers with mercury and poisoning the Yanomami people. Mercury is used for gold mining to extract gold, over %90 of the Yanomami people have higher levels of mercury than the World Health Organization recommends.

24 x 18 in

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