May 2006
Public: 9.663 visitors

A priceless assortment of African art collected by the Italian anthropologist Moreno Chiovolini throughout his work in different countries of Africa.

The aesthetic and cultural value of these objects is based on their daily and real use by distant cultures. The artifacts were with two purposes: as an homage to Chiovoloni’s anthropological work and to approach the production of other communities to Bolivian society.

A unique collection in Bolivia, it is composed of a significant variety of masks, ceramics, textiles, staves of command and iron works, among other elements.

The exposition was possible thanks to Cinthia Trigo.