Date(s) - 08/18/2020
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
National Jazz Museum in Harlem
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This event is kicks off our 2020 Afro-Latin Roots of Jazz Celebration.
Andres Chaparro has been drawing inspiration from jazz for his visual art for over 30 years. His love and respect for the music shows in every piece he creates.
For this event, Andres will sit down with saxophonist, vocalist and curator Yunie Mojica to discuss his creative practice and how music plays a role in his artistic process.
Andres Chaparro is a mixed media painter and collagist whose bold and expressive art is a visual representation of jazz music. Chaparro’s work most recently in 2017 has been published in the book “Making The Cut, Volume 1, The Worlds Best Collage Artists” by Crooks Press in Australia. As his work continues to rise in recognition and garnered by art and music enthusiast around the globe, Andres continues to refine his own visual vocabulary through the his focus on the intersection between art and music.