DESIGN IN VENEZUELAN
PETROGLYPHS

Ruby De Valencia & Jeannine Sujo 
Ttrilingual edition of the Pampero Foundation Caracas, 1987 

Its contents allowed: 
Present the first photographically documented inventory of the total of rock art sites registered at a national level up to that moment, sites which conform part of the archeological cultural heritage of Venezuela.



Sustain important conclusions in the field of anthropological research regarding Venezuela, based on the study and interrelation of the stylistic characteristics of these stations, stylistic horizons were formulated that define the different geographic zones of the country. These horizons allowed in turn to guide several hypothesis regarding some of the more ancient migratory routes of our country 

The publication has received the following national and international prizes: Bronze Medal, International Exhibition of Book Art, 1989, Leipzig, Germany and Distinction at the IX Annual Exhibition of the Illustrated Book and Documentary Photography, 1988, Instituto Autónomo Biblioteca Nacional, Caracas. 

KIU-PA Tapestries


The handmade group KIU-PA, a group of women, centers its work on the creation of carpets or tapestries in big format, knitted manually with a combination of virgin wools, working around the petroglyph, including the rock and the floor, sometimes with the vegetation of the environment.





LEGOLASADDA - Architecture, Art and Design -

Petroglyphs reproductions to reduced scale, exclusive and numbered for ANAR.

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