September 12, 2014 - January 11, 2015

Fotografía de los Andes


Fotografía de los Andes

1890-1940

Curated by Jorge Villacorta, director of the II Lima Photography Biennial and South American photography researcher, the exhibition carries the visitors in the extraordinary treasure of the Andean culture, through the work of several photographers based in Cuzco, Arequipa and Puno between 18th and 19th centuries.

The exhibition features 58 photographs collected by Villacorta through years of passionated work. Selected among several private collections, the photographs on display underline the multiethnic character of the South American society distinguished by deep differences between indios and white men in the turn of the century. The exhibition includes portraits and spectacular Andean landscape, from Machu Picchu to El Mist, placed side by side and realized between 1897 and 1950.

venue
Foro Boario
via Bono da Nonantola, 2
41121 Modena, Italia

curated by
Jorge Villacorta

sponsor
UniCredit

opening
Friday September 12th 2014, 7pm

hours
Tuesday-Friday 3-7 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
closed on Monday

holidays
Monday 8 December 3-7 p.m.
Thursday 25 December 3-7 p.m.
Friday 26 December 3-7 p.m.
Thursday 1 January 3-7 p.m.
Tuesday 6 January 3-7 p.m.

admission fee
(valid for all the exhibitions on display)
€ 5,00
free on Tuesday

Works

Sorry, this entry is only available in Italian.

Enrique Masías

Enrique Masías, Young person and shrub, small size landscape, Arequipa, ca. 1915 -1919

56 x 79  mm

Guillermo Montesinos

Sky, Arequipa, ca. 1920

157 x 208  mm

Guillermo Montesinos

El Misti volcano, Arequipa, ca. 1920

118 x 166  mm

Vargas Hnos

Portrait of Mister Perea Portugal, Arequipa, ca. 1920

107 x 82  mm

Martin Chambi

 Organist in the chapel of Tinta, Cusco, ca. 1930

253 x 203  mm

Martin Chambi

Rodadero of Saccsayhuaman fortress, Cusco, ca. 1930

190 x 247  mm

Max T. Vargas

Calle del Triunfo, Cusco, 1897

179 x 240  mm

Emilio Diaz

 Dame, Arequipa, 1909

500 x 400  mm

Emilio Diaz

Dame, Arequipa, ca. 1907 – 1909

500 x 400  mm

Luigi Domenico Gismondi

Tiahuanaco,  ca. 1908 – 1910

112 x 115  mm

Max T. Vargas

Raftsman in Titicaca lake, Puno,, 1908

580 x 245  mm

Max T. Vargas

Portrait of María Antonieta Gibson, Arequipa, 1900

225 x 97  mm

Max T. Vargas

View from the crater of El Misti, Arequipa, 1900

225 x 595  mm

Max T. Vargas

Landscape of Arequipa1900

267 x 1180  mm