The Venezuelan embassy in Italy, together with the Instituto Cervantes of Rome and the Istituto Italolatinoamericano, present a photographic exhibition by four Venzuelan artists — Audio Cepeda, Aaron Sosa, Bárbara Muñoz and Norman Prieto — who reflect on the history of diverse ethnic cultures in their homeland.
Address Instituto Cervantes de Roma, Via di Villa Albani 14-16, Piazza Navona 91-92, tel. 068537361, roma.cervantes.es/it.
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Nuestras raíces (Our roots)
Instituto Cervantes de Roma, Via di Villa Albani 14-16, Piazza Navona 91-92, tel. 068537361, roma.cervantes.es/it.
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