A marplatense who revolutionized street art in Puerto Rico
Like so many who passed through the Municipal School of Dramatic Art of Mar del Plata, the Maxi Rivas was dazzled by the wonderful world of circus and began to devote himself to street art. He first emigrated to Madrid, but was always attracted to Isla del Encanto, Puerto Rico.
In Puerto Rico he found the possibility to grow artistically. But it also turned out to be the birthplace of his wife today, filmmaker Maite Rivera Carbonell. Together they walk the path of art with the illusion of entertaining as many people as possible.
The international festival of circus and street arts organized by Maxi Rivas, together with his Chilean counterpart José Carreño, offers a wide and varied programme composed of 30 local companies and eight companies , including representation from Spain, Italy, Guatemala, Brazil, Argentina and Peru.
It is a great meeting that offers different artistic proposals in public spaces free of charge. For the enjoyment of Puerto Ricans, visitors and tourists with the “a la cap” system. In this way, people value the shows financially once they have seen them.
Source: A Place in the World
Curiosa e impaciente, investiga y no se queda quieta. Redactora por oficio y por vocación, conoce un poco de todo y se especializa en pocas cosas.
You may also like
24 hours in the capital of La Rioja
Surrounded by the elegant peaks of the Sierra de Velasco, La Rioja is a spectacle on a sunny day. Go
Bad year for the Argentina Open
This year's Argentina Open was a failure. Too bad, since it was his 20th anniversary. Another avoidable defeat of the
Tolhuin, the Heart of the Island
Tolhuin is located in the center of the Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego. “The Heart of the Island” invites
Pedro Aznar, Argentine bassist and composer renowned in the world, refers to the magic that wine provokes in the company
Kouka Denis, the Argentine model that made the world sigh
Kouka Denis, considered the first Argentine supermodel, died recently in the City of Buenos Aires. Here's our homage.