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THE MALI AUCTION CELEBRATES ITS 30TH EDITION
On November 18, the iconic auction of the Museo de Arte de Lima (MALI) celebrates its 30th edition. This year, the auction will be held at Hotel B. with more than 60 pieces of art by some of the most outstanding artists in the history of Peruvian art.
MARTÍN CHAMBI AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES IN AN EXHIBITION AT CASA DE AMERICA
The Jan Mulder Collection in collaboration with Casa de América and PHotoESPAÑA inaugurated the exhibition Martín Chambi and his Contemporaries. The Andes Photographed. The exhibition is part of the official tour of the PHotoESPAÑA2023 festival.
MALI 2023 ART AUCTION
The Museo de Arte de Lima presents this May 31 the 29th edition of its traditional Art Auction.
THE ARBITRARY CREATING THE NECESSARY
Mateo Lopez (b. 1978), a Colombian artist with an outstanding career, has his first solo exhibition in Lima. Pasado futurista (Futuristic Past) is the title of his exhibition, curated by Maria Wills and Julien Petit, and comes with the Miguel Urrutia Museum in Bogota's seal.
FLORENCIA PORTOCARRERO: VISION AND APPROACH IN EMERGING ART
Florencia Portocarrero, curator of the NEXT section at Pinta PArC, opens a space for us on her agenda from Lima to talk about her curatorial work this year. He brings us closer to his vision and his way of approaching this task through sensitivity and openness to dialogue with galleries and their emerging artists. As the director of Bisagra, an independent art collective that she directs together with Miguel A. López, and the artists Andres Pereira Paz, Eliana Otta, Iosu Aramburu and Juan Diego Tobalina, she shares with us her desire to "horizontalize" relationships when thinking and to create an exhibition, an attitude that translates into the moment of curating NEXT.
PINTA PArC 2023 - CELEBRATING A DECADE OF DIFFUSION OF LATIN AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY ART IN PERU
The tenth edition of Pinta PArC ended last Sunday, held at the mythical Casa Prado, in Lima, Perú. An epicenter of artistic identities of the region in which more than 200 artists and cultural institutions participated.
A REFLECTION ON HOW WE RELATE TO NATURE AND TECHNOLOGY - VIDEO PROJECT & SCULPTURE GARDEN
Last two days to visit Pinta PArC, Peru Contemporary Art! In its tenth edition, the renowned fair presents the sections Sculpture Garden, curated by Max Hernandez Calvo and Video Project, curated by Irene Gelfman.
AMAZON COSMOLOGY IN PERU'S CONTEMPORARY ART – THE AMAZONÍA SECTION AT PINTA PArC
In its tenth edition, Pinta PArC, Peru Contemporary Art presented the Amazonía section, which exhibits renowned artists from native communities and is curated by Gredna Landolt.
EXPLORING PERCEPTION AS A GROUP
MAD Museo de Minerales Andrés del Castillo, presents Grados Conjuntos (Joint Degrees), a group exhibition by Melissa Dupont, Gianna Pollarolo and Michelle Prazak under the curatorship of GBG ARTS.
THE INTERCONNECTION BETWEEN ART, CULTURE AND NATURE - INTERVIEW WITH CURATOR GREDNA LANDOLT
In this interview, Gredna Landolt, a Peruvian graphic artist and curator, shares with us her work curating the Amazonías section of Pinta PArC 2023, a section that exhibits renowned native artists.
MODERN LEGACY FROM THE LATIN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE - MAIN SECTION AND SOLO DUO AT PINTA PArC
Pinta PArC, Peru Contemporary Art inaugurated its tenth edition. A unique opportunity to discover and explore contemporary art proposals from around the world and, especially, innovative initiatives from the region.
SER PALLAY IN GALLERY ICPNA LIMA CENTER
Ser Pallay is a "collaborative textile project'' that bet on an artistic praxis that critically responds to the ambivalent valuation of the extraordinary Andean textile tradition in the art narratives of Peru's cultural history.
ISHMAEL RANDALL-WEEKS’ LABORATORY OF FORMS
Curated by Miguel A. López, ICPNA inaugurates the exhibition ISHMAEL RANDALL WEEKS: 20 years. We metallize our memories.
LIAM YOUNG AND HIS IMAGINARY WORLDS
The Museo de Arte de Lima together with Fundación Telefónica Movistar presents the new exhibition Liam Young. Building Worlds.
SER PALLAY: THE COLLABORATIVE TEXTILE PROJECT
Ser Pallay is a textile project that revolves around the creation of kunan pallaykuna (contemporary Andean textile iconography) and is the result of a collaboration between textile artists María José Murillo and Verovcha.
MOTHERS PLANTS AND WOMEN FIGHTERS. VISIONS FROM CANTAGALLO
This exhibition at MAC Lima is the result of an invitation to Olinda Silvano [Reshinjabe] and the women's collective Non Shinanbo (Our Inspirations) to rethink and represent the last two years of health, social and political crisis from their concerns, urgencies and desires.
RETORNO SOLAR. THE MAC LIMA ART AND INNOVATION AWARD 2022
The project Retorno Solar (Solar Return) by Luis Enrique Zela-Koort, winner of the MAC Lima Art and Innovation Award 2022, proposes to return to the Sun as the representation of all that exists and has existed, witness and creative agent of the facts of the history of the Earth and of the fragment that, in this case, represents the history of humanity.
EL NUDO VERTICAL BY JORGE EDUARDO EIELSON
The exhibition El nudo vertical, at Es Baluard Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, is dedicated to the artist Jorge Eduardo Eielson and offers the opportunity to examine his artistic production from the late 1950s to his latest works.
THE MAC LIMA INAUGURATES NEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS LED BY MEG DE ROMAÑA
The new Board of Directors of the MAC Lima was unanimously elected for the period 2022-2025, comprised of Meg de Romaña, president; Eduardo Hochschild Beeck, vice president; Manuel Ugarte Maggiolo, secretary; Carlos Heeren Ramos, treasurer; and Luis Pérez-Oramas, Ximena Vega Amat y Leon and Geaninne Gutiérrez-Guimarães, members.
CECILIA VICUÑA IN GUGGENHEIM NEW YORK
Cecilia Vicuña: Spin Spin Triangulene is the first solo exhibition in a New York museum for the pioneering contemporary Chilean artist, poet, activist, and filmmaker Cecilia Vicuña (b. 1948, Santiago). Showcasing Vicuña’s artistic production from the late 1960s to today, this exhibition will feature the breadth of her multidisciplinary practice, including paintings, works on paper, textiles, films, a site-specific Quipu (Knot) installation, a one-time performance of a “living” Quipu, and new paintings and works on paper created specifically for this presentation.
EL ORDEN DE LOS FACTORES. SANDRA GAMARRA HESHIKI
Through painting, Sandra Gamarra Heshiki (Lima, Peru, 1972) questions the representation mechanisms of the art system and the museum as an ideological device. He resorts to copying to make available certain cultural artifacts that have been extracted from their contexts within the framework of the modern-colonial regime. The artist adopts a syncretic gaze where pre-Columbian, colonial, modern and contemporary material productions come into friction.
FLEISCH, THE NEW SPACE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART IN ALCOBENDAS, MADRID.
In Alcobendas a new art gallery was inaugurated. This is Fleisch, a space dedicated to architecture, art and gastronomy. In an industrial warehouse renovated by Kurhaus Studio, the Spanish architect Nicolás Sfeir and the curators from Peru and Argentina Carlos García-Montero and Manuela Barreiro are carrying out an international project that proposes exhibitions with bold montages. This is Huacas: architectural synthesis by the Peruvian artist Yerko Zlatar, the exhibition that inaugurates its official program, which can be visited by appointment until the end of September.
JAN MULDER COLLECTION EXHIBITS ‘MARTÍN CHAMBI AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES’
The Jan Mulder Collection, in collaboration with the Foto Colectania Foundation in Barcelona, presents for the first time in Europe "Martín Chambi and his Contemporaries. The Andes Photographed", an exhibition with original photographs by Martín Chambi and 15 other Peruvian and foreign photographers who have traveled through the southern Peruvian Andes during the period of Chambi's activity.
PLASTIC PRINTS IN ‘OCÉANOS’ – PENUMBRA FOUNDATION
The New York based photography foundation Penumbra exhibits OCÉANOS by Roberto Huarcaya (Lima, Perú, 1959) until July 22nd. The show presents the first-ever exhibition of this Peruvian artist’ large-scale photograms of the Pacific Ocean. In what could be described as a "photogrammatic performance," Huarcaya immerses himself into the waters of the sea to record its virulent nature and traces of contamination.
LAST DAYS! SANDRA GAMARRA AT THE SPANISH MUSEUM CGAC
CGAC -Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea- exhibits Buen Gobierno (Good Government) by Peruvian artista Sandra Gamarra Heshiki.
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND 'VEROÍR EL FRACASO ILUMINADO' - INTERVIEW WITH MIGUEL A. LÓPEZ
“We live in a world that demands of us clear meanings and pragmatic definitions of things, that wants to possess and that rejects uncertainty. Taking our focus back to poetry allows us to understand that knowing is not synonymous with dominating, but rather with being with, generating interconnectedness and bonding”.