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    Violent Attacks On The Amazon Reflected In Art

    Ripped and slashed canvases, aggressive brushstrokes and unraveling weaving tumbling to the earth fill artist Albeiro Rojas Tomedes’s large scale works, a physical representation of the attacks on his Amazon homeland. Albeiro’s artworks bring the message of endangered rainforests into gallery spaces around the world. First seen at UAL’s summer shows season 2015, the Camberwell fine art graduate passionately voices the horrors behind his work his work on YouTube.

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    Amazonian artist Albeiro passionately describes his violent, destructive art techniques that reflect attacks on the rainforest and indigenous culture of Columbia through deforestation, mining and culture change.