Archive for Exhibitions

‘CHICHA’ GRAPHIC ART EXHIBITION

San Marcos Cultural Center presents the exhibition ‘Sensacional Impacto II. contrabandos pa’ una épica urbana’, graphic works by Guillermo Valdizán inspired on the ‘chicha’ urban culture. Free.

Av. Nicolás de Piérola 1222, Parque Universitario, Downtown.

Monday through Saturday 10.00 – 13.00 / 14:00 – 17:00

http://www.ccsm-unmsm.edu.pe/arte/expo_sensacional.htm

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URBAN PHOTO EXPOSITION

‘Parque de la Muralla’,  Downtown, hosts this interesting exhibition until August 26th. FREE!

http://www.lacalleesnuestra.pe/lima.html

http://www.agendadelima.com/eventos/la-calle-es-nuestra-se-presenta-en-lima.html

‘INCA GARCILASO’ CULTURAL CENTER: NEW EXHIBITION + 2 PIANO CONCERTS

‘Centro Cultural Inca Garcilaso’ , located in a beautiful and historical ‘casona’, presents an exhibition of the Cuban artist Manuel López Oliva as well as two piano concerts: 

Friday 13th: Priscilla Navarro plays Bach, Beethoven & Chopin.

Tuesday 24th: Diego Puertas and Carmen Escobedo in a 4 hands concert.

Both concerts start at 7:30 pm. Free entrance.

Location: Jr. Ucayali 391 (in front of San Pedro Church)

www.ccincagarcilaso.gob.pe

OLD PERUVIAN TEXTILES AT INCA GARCILASO CULTURAL CENTER

Centro Cultural Inca Garcilaso presents a beautiful exhibition of prehispanic textiles from the Amano Collection.

Jr. Ucayali 391, Lima Downtown

http://www.ccincagarcilaso.gob.pe/expoact.asp

PATRIOTIC EXHIBITION AT DELBARRIO ART GALLERY

In the patriotic month Galeria Delbarrio presents ‘La Patria’, an exhibition that reunites a group of artists from Trujillo.

Coming from different disciplines, they reflect around the patriotic sense in the present.

Opening: Thursday 15th July, 8 pm

Galeria Delbarrio is located in Calle Bernardino Cruz 148, Chorrillos.

http://galeriadelbarrio.blogspot.com/2010/07/exposicion-venta-la-patria-en-la.html

MAY AGENDA

THERE ARE MANY THINGS TO DO IN THE CITY, BUT WE CONSIDER THAT CERTAIN EVENTS, BESIDE FROM OFFERING FUN, COULD ALSO HELP US TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THIS PLACE AND THE LOCAL SOCIETY. INSIDELIMA SUGGESTS THE FOLLOWING EVENTS:

 

  • FITECA: LAST DAYS!

FITECA means Street Theatre Festival (Fiesta Internacional de Teatro en Calles Abiertas), and congregates every first week of May different groups coming from all around the world. This event takes place in La Balanza, Comas, in the middle of the hills located in the very northern side of the city. This is a great  local initiative that started in 2002. This effort pretends to promote theatre, art and culture as a way for obtaining social transformation.

  

More info: 

http://www.fitecaperu.com/

 

  • CENTRO CULTURAL DE ESPAÑA: EXHIBITION + FUSION CONCERT:

This institution offers always very interesting cultural proposals. Friday the 7th 7:30 p.m. will take place the opening of the new exhibition: The State of Fictions,  a group of works by local artists that pretend to reflect about the peruvian identity. Opening presents a Pachamama concert. Free!

 

More info:

http://www.ccelima.org/

 

  • ANDEAN WOMAN FAIR:

Until May 16th you can visit this fair located in Av. Ayacucho, at 2 blocks from Old Surco square. There you will find different Andean products and also the explanation about local customs, as the use of natural medicines obtained from plants.

More info:

http://www.larepublica.pe/sociedad/24/04/2010/en-feria-de-la-mujer-emprendedora-presentan-antibioticos-naturales-saludables

  

 

  • ART WEEK: 
 

From May 10th until May 16th you can enjoy different activities: art  galleries, concerts, conferences… Art Week takes place in 5 areas of the city: Downtown, Miraflores, San Isidro, Barranco and Callao. These art galleries are included in the Insidelima Walking Tours.

  

More info: 

 http://www.lasemanadelarte-lima.com/

 

  • CARICATURES EXHIBITION:  

Centro Cultural Inca Garcilaso shows the most famous local caricature designers. This is an interesting opportunity to see how these graphic artists represent with sense of humour the local reality and its idiosincracy. The place is located in front of San Pedro church, Downtown, and the exhibition goes until May 23rd. Included in the Downtown Walking Tour.

 

More info:

http://www.ccincagarcilaso.gob.pe/

 

  • PERUVIAN FILMS AT CAFAE:

This ‘Cineclub’ located in San Isidro, will present a Peruvian film every Friday of May. ‘Dioses’, ‘Condominio’, ‘Cuatro’ and ‘Caminos Reales’ are the 4 films. Free entrance. No english subtitles.

More info:

 http://www.cafae-se.com.pe/cultural/video.htm