Cultural Attach?of the Embassy of Chile, Nicolas B?, and artist Yayo Tavolara
AN EXHIBITION – “Dermolition” – by the Bolivian-Chilean artist Yayo Tavolara (www.yayotavolara.com) opened on Thursday evening, February 3, 2011, at the Embassy of Chile in Washington, D.C. Curator for the exhibition is Judy Southerland of Corcoran College of Art and Design.
MS. TAVOLARA has lived and studied in Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile and Germany, and currently resides in Washington, D.C. She has studied at Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington, D.C., and earned the BFA in 2010. She has also studied at the National Academy of Fine Arts in La Paz, Bolivia (Visual Arts, Major – Painting) and the University of Chile in Santiago, Chile (Physical Therapy and Kinesiology).
James Mattingly; the exhibition’s curator Judy Southerland, Corcoran College of Art and Design; and Natalia Allende, the Cultural Department of the Embassy of Chile.
MS. Tavolara is a painter, photographer and also does dancewear designs. She has had solo exhibitions and group exhibitions in Bolivia, the United States and Poland. Additionally Yayo Tavolara has done classic ballet, jazz dance, contemporary dance, flamenco and modern dance.
Artwork by Yayo Tavolara
Dancewear designs by Yayo Tavolara
Opening reception for “Dermolition,” an exhibition of work by artist Yayo Tavolara