Alfredo Da Silva is a renowned Bolivian artist whose work has spanned many different subjects and themes over his many years of activity. He began gaining attention in the mid-1970s and has had many solo and group exhibitions in both Latin and North America. His most celebrated works center around the relationships between tradition and modernity, as well as questioning and exploring the effects of the colonial heritage of Latin America on the local populations. His paintings often feature city scenes with the artist's own take on the local culture. Some of his most famous pieces include 'The Metropolis' (1978), 'Retreat' (1985), and 'The Bolivian Flag' (1988).
Alfredo Da Silva, Bolivian Artist, Latin America, Colonialism, Painting.
— Mei Wang
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