AT THE TEXTILE AMANO MUSEUM, NOGUEROL, OTIURA AND LOZANO THINK OVER THE PERUVIAN TERRITORY
On August 8 at the Amano Textil Museum, Dualidades en el paisaje de la costa (Dualities in the landscape of the coast), a collective exhibition of the artists Marialejandra Lozano, Ignacio Noguerol and Lara Otiura inagurates.
Starting from different places of the Peruvian territory where pre-Columbian cultures lived, each of the artists establish a representation and, in turn, its counterpart. In this way, visitors observe the landscape, not only from a contemplative, but also a historical perspective: uniting historical and symbolic baggage to understand if these landscapes evoked the pre-Columbian communities in the same way as we did ourselves.
Through different media, Noguerol, Otiura and lozano approach the landscape of the Peruvian coast from different perspectives. Then, the artists develop arguments that express a duality, a recurring theme of Peruvian pre-Columbian history.
From August 8 to 28, Miraflores Amano Textile Museum (Peru) opens the doors for viewers to establish this hermeneutical relationship, both with the works and with history.