royal family – King Willem-Alexander, Queen Máxima and Princess Amalia did not paint a typical Curaçao sculpture on Thursday.
The members of the Royal House would paint these so-called Chichi during their visit to the Caribbean island. This was criticized because those images would be a “caricature of a black woman”. royal family
In the end, Amalia and her parents looked at a large Chichi and asked the maker of the statue questions. According to the artist, lack of time was the reason why the royal family would not paint themselves.
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The Government Information Service previously called a Chichi “a typical Curaçao sculpture that symbolizes the responsible older sister in the family”. But critics found the painting activity inappropriate.
A gallery owner started a protest and received support on social media. Painting Chichi’s would thwart “the search for equality and self-respect of the black population”.
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