The Sculpture Garden is one of the characteristic sections of Pinta PArC. Located outdoors at the main entrance of Casa Prado and curated by Max Hernández Calvo, the proposal explores the relationship between sculpture, architecture and green areas.


The Sculpture Garden is open to an imaginative and playful dialogue between the works of the participating artists and the physical characteristics of the site. It revolves around the concepts of post-landscape and post-nature, which reflect an approach to natural spaces that escapes the contemplative (the pastoral, the picturesque) to incorporate critical dimensions (the climate crisis, resource exploitation, pollution) and that assumes an intense exchange between nature and culture. In that sense, the works in this section imaginatively explore the relationships between sculpture, architecture and the green areas of the garden itself where they are presented.


Participating artists:

Stefano Campodonico

Now: Gallery (Lima, Peru)


Juan Diego Tobalina

Enhorabuena Gallery (Lima, Peru | Madrid, Spain)


Alejandra Ortiz de Zevallos

La Mancha Gallery (Lima, Peru)


Marisabel Arias

Paseolab (Punta del Este, Uruguay | Lima, Peru)


Ana Orejuela

La Galería (San Isidro, Peru)


Haroldo Higa

Carlos García-Montero (Lima, Peru)


Bernardo Montoya

Salón Comunal Gallery (Bogota, Colombia)


Max Hernández Calvo is an independent curator and art critic. His recent curatorial highlights include retrospectives of Marcel Velaochaga, Singles, covers and remixes, ICPNA Miraflores (2024), Alberto Borea, Arqueologías del presente y poéticas de la ciudad (co-curator Adriana Tomatis), ICPNA Miraflores (2022); Fernando Bedoya, Artista en Residencia, ICPNA Miraflores (2022); and Aldo Chaparro, Too Late to Die Young, ICPNA Miraflores (2020) and the solo shows of Martín Touzón, Una economía sensible, Galería Vigil Gonzáles, Cusco (2023); Vanessa Karin, Flirty Cry Baby, Galería Ginsberg (2022); Álvaro Icaza and Verónica Luyo, ¿; {^), Galería Crisis (2019); among others. He curated the project Misplaced Ruins by Gilda Mantilla and Raimond Chaves, for the Pavilion of Peru, 56th Venice Biennale (2015).


Pinta PArC.


April 24 to 28, 2024.


Casa Prado, Av. 28 de Julio 878, Miraflores. Lima, Peru.


Tickets here.


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