A selection of video artworks developed by artists originally from Peru at Alianza Hispánica
Videographics from Peru
Curated by Macu Morán, the selection gathers a number of works that can provide a glimpse on the evolution of the medium, interests and researches of an remarkable group of Peruvian artists.
Fundacion Alianza Hispánica
c/ San Pedro, 22
Madrid, 28012, Spain
FUNDACION ALIANZA HISPANICA
Opening: June 22, 20hs
On display: until July 4, 2010.
The selection, curated by Macu Moran with the support of the organization VideoArtWorld and Fundación Alianza Hispánica, attempts to show the important contributions that the Peruvian artists have provided to the development of audiovisual.
Grimanesa Amorós: “The parade (La procesión)”, 2007, 4’17”
Tápiz is presented by No Longer Empty in collaboration with Tapestry and El Museo Del Barrio as part of the public art exhibition Weaving In & Out. Tapestries are hanging, multicolored, woven histories. In Tapiz, I am weaving the faces of 125th street together to represent a merging of past present and future. People from diverse backgrounds are converging in Harlem, which will generate a new cultural and economic renaissance.
June 15th – August 29th, 2010
Opening: June 15th 6pm – 9pm
Open to public: Wednesday – Saturday 12pm -7pm
Tapestry 245 East 124th St. at 2nd Ave. New York City
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LA RECOLECCIÓN, a site specific lighting sculpture for the facade of Hot Art Basel. The concept behind the piece reflects the temporary gathering of art, collectors, galleries, and artists. I see the parking lot as a giant magical toy dispenser, and for some coins you can get your prize. The drawings are based on actual real coins, some of which are swiss francs.