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Biography John J. Bravo, of Jewish origins, grows in Lima, Peru, is inclined to the arts from an early age. Always a painter, joining the world of color and artistic expression is transcendental, trying to find its own language, which is struggling with his inner demons.


The artist\'s decision to be taken mid-year 1995, then left the art studios. in 1995 moved to a new city, where he leaves the painting relegated to the background.


 


That same year he decided to follow...

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Biography John J. Bravo, of Jewish origins, grows in Lima, Peru, is inclined to the arts from an early age. Always a painter, joining the world of color and artistic expression is transcendental, trying to find its own language, which is struggling with his inner demons.


The artist\'s decision to be taken mid-year 1995, then left the art studios. in 1995 moved to a new city, where he leaves the painting relegated to the background.


 


That same year he decided to follow formal university studies, entering the Faculty of Health Sciences, where he began to know their Great friends including Carlos Huanca Mendoza, Luis Alva Alayza, Javier Alva Rimac, John White Balerio, Anibal Meza Cervantes, Jack Miro da Silva, Paul Murrugarra, Donald Oconnor Ramirez, Cristian Vicente Lucas, among other forming a solid group in which each culture is inclined and the desire to make art without leaving their college careers. After a long lull in the year 1999, John J. Bravo enters the circle so Transcendental Cultural Huanuco, where they quickly called for his bizarre and presenting visual language. in the same year he met the sculptor Marco Godoy, to start work in the organization and production of various cultural events, alternating his university studies with the painting.


 


In the year 2000 participated in the National Biennial of Lima - Regional Banquet, where it is selected and creates expectations in this event.


Your Career Begins to Consolidate from 2001, when in accordance with their friends decide to make an event that would enter all the expressive forms of art, as Painting, Sculpture, Music, Dance and Theatre, all the arts together, this event was delayed a year to be possible, for economic reasons. in 2002 Murrugarra Meet Paul Ochoa (sculptor), which integrates the circle of friends and decide to participate in this event.


On Friday November 3 inaugurate the great exhibition called I WHERE IS THE Koolture, led by Master of Ceremonies ROLANDO HOLZMANN NANO son of Austro-Jewish musician Rodolfo Holzmann, which caused quite a stir in certain cultural sectors of the little town, and the topics discussed by those artists, and how to approach urban issues facing the common problems of certain taboos placed by society. That Night comes and the Association of Arts Rodolfo Holzmann, in which all its members begin to participate in a disinterested manner, to present new Juan J Bravo, done one of the most outstanding samples, morally supported by his close friend Paul Rock (Artist) and by the writer Joseph Blua Limaco and denominating the sample ANMASORU \"Traces Without Footprints.\" in the same year he decided to seek new horizons out ah, this time he moved to Lima on your vacation, where he began to prepare his new material for his first World Exposition to be done in Mexico at the invitation of the Autonomous University of Juarez and the People\'s University Chontalpa.


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Artist: Rogelio Urrusti


Investugacion Center for Fine Arts, Mexico


 


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  • Peru-Centro Cultural Perspective Villa Hermosa, Tabasco, Mexico 2003 (Individual)

  • Wind south-popular University Chontalpa Mexico 2003 (individual)

  • Mural on the Aztec and Mayan cultures, \"CEIBA\" entered the study of Fine Arts, Tabasco, Mexico \"2003.

  • Paper on Culture and Tradition Peruvian - \"CEIBA\" entered the study Fine Arts, Tabasco, Mexico \"2003.

  • Talk About Inca and Pre Inca Culture - \"CEIBA\" entered the study Fine Arts, Tabasco, Mexico \"2003

  • ANMASORU \"Traces without Footprints\" -

  • Esteban Pavletich (individual).

  • Collective Painting 2003 at the Cultural Center Leoncio Prado Gutierrez (collective).

  • Third Regional Huanuco room 2003 at the Cultural Center Leoncio Prado Gutierrez (collective).

  • Black & White charapas in Pucallpa (collective).

  • Dreams bipeds in Pucallpa (collective).

  • Second regional room 2001 in the Cultural Center Leoncio Prado Gutierrez (collective)

  • First regional room 2001 in the Cultural Center Leoncio Prado Gutierrez (collective)

  • Biennial of Art in Lima (collective). 2000

  • All Races All in Huancayo Peru. (Collective) 2000

  • Debris-gestating in my private University of Huanuco (individual). 2000

  • Symphony in Yellow - ? 2000 INC (Individual). (Individual)

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