Buenos Aires: Museo de Artes Plásticas Eduardo Sívori, 2 de junio al 15 julio 2007. color plates, cat., bios/chrons., apen., color pict. fldg. wrps. Item #87119
First time exhibition in Argentina of such a complete collection of contemporary Peruvian art. The exhibition curated by art critic Alfonso Castrillón gathered close to 50 artworks created during the second half of the 20th century and part of the holdings of the ICPNA and other private collections. Included the partipation of noted artists like: painters Fernando De Szyszlo, Miguel Negrí, Alberto Dávila, Manuel Lau Chan, Víctor Humareda, Carlos Polanco, and sculptors Oswaldo Sagástegui, así como el de los escultores Alina Canziani and Jorge Eielson amongst others. This event represents a retribution gesture to the patrimonial interchange program initiated in 2002 by Argentinean Chancellery when opening in the ICPNA (Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano) the largest exhibition of Argentinean art in Perú.