Mention Award, Third European Triennial of Fibers and Textile Art, Tradition and Innovation “Global Intrigue”- Latvia 2007
The symbols crafted by Master Máximo Laura delve deeply into the roots of ancient pre-Columbian cultures. The Chavín culture, known as the first widely recognized civilization in the Andes, offers a glimpse into an art that spans from the construction of the “Old Temple” in Chavín de Huántar around 900-500 BC to the “New Temple” around 500-200 BC. This culture revered the jaguar, and their carvings of jaguar heads with fangs, known as “Cabezas Clavas” in Spanish, are one of the most iconic images associated with them.
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