En un lugar de sol, frío y sangre. Acrílico sobre lienzo, 168×188 cm, 2005.
Benjamín Jacanamijoy Tosioy, was born in Manoy Santiago, Valle de Sibundoy. He received the Visiting Artist Award at the Native Arts Program at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC. His work is focused on showing the rhythm of the essence of plants, animals and the spirits of the ancestors, as well as the spirit of the water where healing flows, according to his philosophy, to irrigate the root, the stem and the flowers that spring from the hearts He was nominated for the VIII version of the Luis Caballero Award with the work “Auaska nukanchi yuyai kaugsaita. Fabric of history itself”.