It is offered as an account of the recent research by four Peruvian artists graduated from Escuela de Arte Corriente Alterna: Lito Agustí, Jorge Cabieses, Michelle Magot and Michelle Prazak. Using various means and media, they seek to share the results of an ongoing research process on the possibilities of the "language of form" to express the desire to access the essential beauty, inherent to line and color.
Throughout his career, Peruvian photographer Yayo López has traveled the country portraying women who, in one way or another, have drawn his attention. This is how the Peruvian beauty project, where he captured examples of the essential appeal of Peruvian women, was born. The meetings -mostly by chance- allowed him to discover empowered women in various social and geographical areas throughout Peru.
This exhibition curated by Maricel Delgado, brings together artists and designers who have adapted their work to the chicha aesthetic and have inserted it successfully in the marketplace and in the Lima art circuit They are Carga máxima, Hans Stoll, Perú moderno, Cherman, Diego Sanz, Goster, Grafito, Susana Perrotet and Feliciano Mallqui.
Art exhibition that stems from the research conducted by plastic artist Denise Jiras who, inspired by the natural landscape of Lima, used the digital collage technique in order to highlight the contrast between the pre-Hispanic buildings, which are still preserved in Lima, and the emergence of increasingly modern and imposing buildings.
Photographic exhibition by Elsa Estremadoyro Heller about the Peruvian hairless dog, as a metaphor for the reappraisal of the Peruvian culture throughout the recent years.
This exhibition is based on the books El derecho va al cine (Law goes to the movies), edited by Cecilia O' Neil de la Fuente, and La política va al cine (Politics goes to the movies), edited by Manuel Alcantara and Santiago Mariani, both published by Universidad del Pacífico Publishing Fund. This exhibition aims to make us reflect upon some constraints that prevent the strengthening of democracy in Peru.
This exhibition is a selection of 52 photographs by Mario and Mari Aycha that involve fourteen photographers. These photographs have a documentary character, as they compile different perspectives on our social and cultural reality.
Through photographs, infographics and an audio proposal, this exhibition seeks to evidence the discrimination to Afro descendants that still exists in the Peruvian labor market.
Through photographs, infographics and art, the aim of this exhibition is to present the geographic diversity and the folk art in Peru, which are closely related and have the development of pre-Hispanic cultures as a background.
Exhibition associated to the presentation of the collective book Purgatorios. Purgatori, published by Universidad
del Pacífico Publishing Fund and the Instituto Italiano de Cultura de Lima, and
edited by Jorge Wiesse. Contemporary Peruvian artists brought together pieces
of art related to the text of The divine comedy by Dante Alighieri, as part of
the celebrations for the 75th anniversary of his birth.
Exhibition based on the book La civilización del desperdicio. Psicoeconomía del consumimdor (The civilization of waste. Consumer psychoeconomics) by Jürgen Schuldt and published by Universidad del Pacífico. This exhibition, through infographics and artwork, sought to emphasize the excessive and unnecessary consumer behavior, impossible to rationalize, in order to become aware of the socio-economic and environmental problems we are leaving to future generations.
Photographer Jorge Heredia supplies documentary evidence of the real estate market in Lima, where houses are no longer homes and they are worth more as land on sale than as a room. It is a record of the "progress" the construction boom has brought and the footprints left on Lima's present culture.
Through the posters designed by artists gathered by the US Division of Pictorial Publicity, support from the American people to World War I was searched. They were both a very effective political means of communication and a familiar advertising tool.
Through the Qhapaq Ñam project of the Ministry of Culture, which has reappraised the great Inca trail, the exhibition showed photographs that emphasize the scenic beauty and the importance of this extensive road system as vital in the fifteenth century as it is in our days.
Tres jóvenes fotógrafos, Christian Inga, Jorge Segura y Bruno Takahashi, muestran su mirada sobre Cantagallo, una comunidad Shipiba afincada hace varios años sobre relleno sanitario al lado del río Rímac en Lima.
A photographic exhibition by Daniel Lagares which shows families who have preserved the knowledge and use of the quinoa seeds in Peru for generations. 2013 was declared the International Year of Quinoa thanks to the women and men from the Altiplano (high plains) who, by overcoming the adverse weather and the rigors of history, have managed to preserve quinoa in its natural state as food for present and future generations. Curator: Chaska Mori.
A partir del libro No… pero sí: discriminación en empresas de Lima Metropolitana, escrito por Liuba Kogan, se expusieron cifras e imágenes que revelaban el nivel de discriminación, ya sea racial, de género, por orientación sexual o nivel socioeconómico en el ámbito empresarial.
The exhibition is based on the book Sombras coloniales y globalización en el Perú de hoy (Colonial shadows and globalization in Peru today), edited by Gonzalo Portocarrero and published by the Network for the Development of Social Sciences in Peru (comformed by Pontificia Universidad Católica del Peru, Universidad del Pacífico Research Center and the Institute of Peruvian Studies) The curators were Gustavo Buntinx and Victor Vich. The exhibition sought to point out, from the view of contemporary art, the strong hierarchical gaps that still exist in Peruvian society.