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PArC opens with over thirty galleries around the world

(Source: Arte al Día) Wednesday April 20 begins the new fourth edition of PARC - Peru Contemporary Art, the most important art fair in Perú. This year has renewed proposals, including a video project and participation of Tijuana Art Print.The main area is composed of a total of thirty galleries that were approved by a selection committee composed of Lucia de la Puente, Livia Benavides, Eduardo B...

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PArC 2015 reflects the new face of Lima.

 "PArC - 2015" (Peru Contemporary Art) opened 22 April with 45 galleries around the world over 2,000 m2 covered in the Contemporary Art Museum (MAC).An interdisciplinary program that combines art, photography, video and installations with prominent presence of artists, collectors, curators and directors of prestigious museums and institutions. Among the outstanding programs and...

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David LaChapelle in Lima and Hotel B.

In January 2015 Hotel B had the honor of hosting David LaChapelle, the only Active “Photography Artist” today.LaChapelle came to Lima to exhibit a wide selection of photographic series ranging from 1984-2013 where the artist shows us loving pictures and a critique of pop culture of the XXI century.The exhibition consisted of his first series “Good News For Modern Men” Depicting images ...

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Emilio Rodríguez Larraín: "Selection of Work Through Time"

On Thursday, July 3, 2014, is the inauguration of Emilio Rodriguez Larrain's exhibition entitled "Selection of Work Through Time" at the Lucia de la Puente Gallery at 7.30pm This exhibition contains a valuable selection of the work of Emilio Rodríguez Larraín, including unpublished samples of his beginnings in the late 50's in France, others from ...

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Vick Muniz: Más aca de la Imagen

Vik Muniz is a Brazilian artist and photographer born in Sao Paulo in 1961. Primarily working in series, Muniz incorporates the use of quotidian objects such as diamonds, sugar, thread, chocolate syrup, etc in his practice to create bold, ironic and often deceiving imagery, gleaned from the pages of pop culture and art history. Muniz has exposed worldwide and now he has come to...

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