Daniel (b. 1972, Lima) lives and works in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He studied Art in Escuela Corriente Alterna and holds an MFA from Central Saint Martins (London).

Since 2008 he has participated in important solo and group exhibitions in Europe and Latin America like Identidad y Consumo (Corriente Alterna, Lima, Perú), Trópicos Sólidos/Materia Oscura (Casa Contemporánea, Sao Paulo, Brasil), Hot Air (Gorup Gallery, Torino, Italia), no vacancia/espacio ocupado (IK Project, Sao Paulo, Brasil), Estratificaciones Culturales (Galería Revolver, Lima, Perú), Bambaísmo (Sala Luis Miroquesada Garland, Lima, Perú), Siesta (Galería Emma Thomas, São Paulo) and Pavilhao/Pabellón (Galería Cecilia Gonzalez Arte Contemporáneo, Lima, Perú).  He has participated in numerous residences in Brazil, Colombia, Iceland and Italy.  


C.J. Chueca was born in Lima, Peru and raised in both Perú and Mexico.  She studied photography at the Instituto Antonio Gaudí and Fine Arts at Universidad Católica in Lima.  She moved to NYC in 2003 and is now based out of Brooklyn. Chueca has participated in solo and group shows in New York, Istanbul, Lima and Madrid. Solo exhibitions: Somos la noche y el día, Vigil Gonzales galería, Lima (2019); I am the river behind the wall, Mulherin Gallery, Toronto (2018); Dos cielos azules, ICPNA, Lima (2018); Illuminations of Angie: Someone there is that doesn’t love a wall, Y Gallery, New York (2016). Her group exhibitions include: Soy la casa que ladra, Ramón Lujan 78, Madrid (2019); Soy la casa que ladra, MaMaMa Espacio, Lima (2019); Creatures, Olsen Gruin Gallery, New York (2019); Crónicas Migrantes, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Lima, Lima (2019), among others.


Born in 1988, Lima-Peru
Lives and works in Lima, Perú. 

Les investigates and identifies violence disguised and endorsed in the everydayness of life. This ongoing investigation is encompassed by a reflexive gaze in regards to one another and a persistent and infinite process of the struggle to prevail. 


Bachelor of Arts from PUCP (Lima) with a special mention in painting, Les has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions in Lima, Mexico City, Cuzco and Santiago.


Born in 1981, Lima-Peru
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA, US.

Artist, filmmaker and film programmer, her work makes use of an observational lens and non-fiction to create a body of work based on her relationship with the places and people she portrays, and the exploration of boundaries, lines and fragmentation, visible and invisible, physical and intangible. Stemming from personal journeys into known and unknown realities, her work explores borders, diaspora, immigration, cultural heritage, post-colonial class relations, indigenous traditions, spirituality and connectivity.


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Gonzalo Pedraza lives and works between Santiago de Chile and New York. HIs work revolves around the investigation of nature and the direct relationship this has had in the construction of the chilean identity with emphasis in its economic and social organisation. His solo shows includes; Nature Works, CV Galería, Santiago de Chile (2018); Colección de imágenes, CC Recoleta, Buenos Aires (2017); Colección Natural, CC Corpartes, Santiago de Chile (2016); Fósiles, Galería Metales Pesados, Santiago de Chile (2014); Colección Vecinal, CC Matucana 100, Santiago de Chile (2013), among others.