Andy Anderson’s Curiosity Captures the Soul of the Argentinean Gaucho

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Andy Anderson’s Curiosity Captures the Soul of the Argentinean Gaucho May 10, 2019 by Heather Elder – 0 comments dear art producer, Clarissa Garrett and the Importance of Diversity

Gaucho. Gauchos were usually mestizos (persons of mixed European and Indian ancestry) but sometimes were white, black, or mulatto (of mixed black and white ancestry). From their own ballads and legends a literature of the gaucho – la literatura gauchesca -grew and became an important part of the Argentine cultural tradition.

The gauchos in Argentina are an inseparable part of the culture. In art and literature the romanticised wild character of the original gaucho is often used to represent the free spirit of the country and the annual fiesta of every town across Argentina will invariably include rodeo riding and lassoing competitions along with a parade of the local gauchos.

A shrine is built on the site, and a whole city grows around it, rich with gold from the grateful worshipers. Ruiz, an evil and sadistic general, captures the city, confiscates the gold, and closes the shrine. But the Gaucho, the charismatic leader of a band of outlaws, comes to the rescue.

Legend has it that argentinean man called gaucho gil, was Robinhood-like character that was robbing from the rich and giving to the poor as well as helping sick with his healing hands. He refused to participate in province’s civil war and deserted the military until he was found and captured by police.