Peruvian Art Talk in London was a Big Hit!

We are absoutely thrilled to have had a very successful turnout at the Instituto Cervantes in London, where Marisol Mosquera gave a talk on Peruvian Contemporary Art.

Peruvian contemporary art is very exciting at the moment, with a number of young artists hitting the international scene. Two of our favourites are Sandra Gamarra and Fernando Bryce, both who live in Europe and have their work both at the MOMA and Tate Britain. The most exciting trend however, in our view, as promoters of all that is authentic and Peruvian are the artists whose subject matter and narrative is deeply connected to its  Peruvian roots. To name just the few whose work was reviewed during the talk, there is Christiam Vendayan from Iquitos, and Fernando Gutierrez “Huanchaco”  and Pablo Patrucco both from Lima.

For a transcript of the talk, please contact us. We encourage you to explore Galleries and collections during your visit to Lima. For more information on the art scene in Lima, please go to the Museo de Arte de Lima, MALI; Galeria Lucia de la Puente and MicroMuseo

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