|Blurbero desde||mayo de 2009|
|Nombre||Guillermo de Yavorsky|
|Mi sitio web||www.kenako-bafana.com|
Guillermo de Yavorsky was born in Caracas, in 1969, studied Architecture in the Universidad Central de Venezuela, and photography with the Venezuelan photographer Ricardo Armas. From 1990 to 2000 he was a freelance photojournalist for, Domingo Hoy, Evening Standard Magazine, El Mercurio, El Nacional, El Universal, and SIPA Press. He has exhibited his work In a number of exhibitions and Photographic Festivals in, Caracas, London, Paris, Durban, Biarritz. Some of his work is part of the collection of Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas. In 1993 he began traveling, to China, India, South Africa, Cuba, Europe, and Latin America. In 1995 during his first trip to Johannesburg, Guillermo started a long term photographic project concerning South African Football (Kenako-Bafana) in 1996 he was awarded the UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists Programme to spent 3 month as a resident artist in Bartel Arts Trust (South Africa) working on Kenako-Bafana, Guillermo is living in St Barthelemy (French
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