VALENTINA CAMPOS

Valentina Campos is a third-generation Bolivian artist. Her art work evokes the feminine mythologies of traditional seeds and the Andean agro-centric symbolism.

Since year 2000 she has been creating a series of paintings, entitle “Siembra de Mamalas”, reflecting sowing rituals, the role of women in the Andean cosmo-vision, and the protection of biodiversity.

Her illustrations have been published in various local and international stories, magazines, posters and books. “May the Ayllu Blossom” is her first written children’s book.

Valentina has worked with the NGO “Centro de Diseño Artesanal y Cooperativa Campesina, Arte Campo”, Santa Cruz, Bolivia, with Guarani, Chiquitano and Ayoreo communities, a project designed to assist in affirming indigenous art.

Since 2005 she co-founded “Uywana Wasi” a Cultural Affirmation Learning Center outside Cochabamba, Bolivia.

She has exhibited her paintings at:

Modern Museum of Art in La Paz, Bolivia.
Casa de la Cultura Raul Otero Reiche, Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
Galeria de Arte Gildaro Antezana, Cochabamba, Bolivia.
Galeria das Artes Tribo do Sol, Salvador, Bahia. Brasil.
Bolivian Embassy in Washington D.C, U.S.A, collective exhibition “Latina”, women in the arts.
The Sacred Stone Gallery, New Mexico, U.S.A.
Dieu Donne Gallery, New York City, U.S.A
Lexington Downtown Art Center, Kentucky, U.S.A.
International Museum of Women, “Imagining Ourselves” San Francisco California, U.S.A.
Resource Center of the Americas, Minneapolis, U.S.A.
Arpana Caur Gallery, New Delhi, India, “Navdanya” organized by Vandana Shiva.
Art City Gallery, Asheville, North Carolina, U.S.A.
International Art Museum of America, San francisco - California, U.S.A.

To see past serie visit IMOW (International museum of women) or visit her art gallery.




Nacida en una familia de artistas, sus obras reflejan los rituales de siembra en la cosmovisión andina, el rol de las mujeres, y la protección de la biodiversidad.
Ha realizado exposiciones de sus pinturas y charlas sobre su trabajo internacionalmente. Sus ilustraciones han sido publicadas en varios cuentos, revistas, afiches y libros, como “Que Florezca el Ayllu” escrito también por ella.

Valentina ha trabajado en el “Centro de Diseño Artesanal y Cooperativa Campesina, Arte Campo”, Santa Cruz, Bolivia.

Es co-fundadora de “Uywana Wasi” (Casa de la Crianza), centro de aprendizaje y afirmación cultural en Cochabamba Bolivia.

Exposición de sus obras:
Modern Museum of Art in La Paz, Bolivia.
Casa de la Cultura Raul Otero Reiche, Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
Galería de Arte Gildaro Antezana, Cochabamba, Bolivia.
Galería das Artes Tribo do Sol, Salvador, Bahia. Brasil.
Bolivian Embassy in Washington D.C, U.S.A, collective exhibition “Latina”, women in the arts.
The Sacred Stone Gallery, New Mexico, U.S.A.
Dieu Donne Gallery, New York City, U.S.A.
Lexington Downtown Art Center, Kentucky, U.S.A.
International Museum of Women, “Imagining Ourselves” San Francisco California, U.S.A.
Resource Center of the Americas, Minneapolis, U.S.A.
Arpana Caur Gallery, New Delhi, India, “Navdanya” organized by Vandana Shiva.
Art City Gallery, Asheville, North Carolina, U.S.A.
International Art Museum of America, San francisco - California, U.S.A.

Para conocer sus pinturas visita “Siembra de Mamalas”. También IMOW (International museum of women) o visita aquí la dirección de su galería virtual personal.