The Last Inca Princess The Last Inca Princess

The 12th Annual Big Apple Film Festival in New York
Screening date : November 7, 2015
Village East Cinemas

The art videos, 'The Invisible Wall' and 'Particles', were selected to be projected in the 'ART AFTER DARK' event at The Art Museum of the Americas.

Art Museum of the Americas,
Organization of American States
201 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20006

Friday, August 28, 2015 at 8:00 PM - Saturday, August 29, 2015 at 1:00 AM (EDT) Washington, DC
The Last Inca Princess The Last Inca Princess

The Americas Film Festival of New york 2015
Section : Shorts and Experimental Film
Screening date : June 24, 2015
Auditorium Center for Worker Education
25 Broadway, 7th Floor. New York, NY 10004

Festival Mundial de Cine Extremo de Veracruz 2015
section : Cortometraje Experimental
Festival date : June 22-27, 2015
A.P. 448,  91000, Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico

Section : Atlántica Colectivas
Tenerife - Islas Canarias, Spain
Huaco auto retrato PArC - International Art Fair 2015 in Lime

Museo MAC Barranco Lima
(Av Grau 1511 Barranco Lima)
April 24 - 25 2015. 2 - 9 pm
The ivisible Wall The Invisible Wall

The Greenwich Arts Council
299 Greenwich Ave
Greenwich, CT 06830

September 2015
The Last Inca Princess The Last Inca Princess

organized by Lorry Salcedo

Cervantes Institute of New York
211 East 49th St. New York, NY
(Between 3rd and 2nd ave)

Date : 16, 17, 18 and 19 of September 2014

This documentary art video brings to life and infuses current relevance into a colonial painting that captures a crucial moment in history: the execution of the last rebel Inca Tupac Amaru & Jose Gabriel Condorcanqui, and the political wedding of his niece, Beatriz Clara Coya, to a Spanish army captain—events that consummated the Spanish conquest of the Inca empire and the official “mestizaje” - the mixed breed - of Peruvian and Spanish cultures.
Fountain Art Fair

11th April 2014
Santiago de Chuco, La Libertad, Peru

Fountain Art Fair

March 7 - 9, 2014
Friday through Sunday

The 69th Regiment Armory
Booth A-204
68 Lexington Avenue
between 25th and 26th street, NYC

I invite you to visit the gallery during NY Armory week!
Art Lima Art Fair

March 20 - 23, 2014
Thursday through Sunday
from 2:00 to 9:00 pm

Av. Escuela Militar S/N
Bajada De Agua Dulce Chorrillos
Exhibition Place : Fernando de Szyszlo Gallery
1700 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Washington, D.C., 20036
Opening Reception : Fri Nov 15, 2013. 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Exhibition Dates : Nov. 15th, 2013 ~ Jan. 6th, 2014
Mon to Fri from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Musical Performance PEÑA by Billy Castillo,
     Manuelt Ercilla &
     Víctor Padilla
Selection of
Documentaries :
Lima Bruja
La Mano de Dios
Lucha Reyes
Carmela Russell
Chabuca Granda
Rafael Polar
Delia Ackerman
Javier Ponce
Martha Luna
Martha Luna
Editing : Silvia García Pereira
Urban Perspectives
2801 16th ST.
Exhibition Dates : November 1 - 24, 2013
Gallery Hours : Wed-Fri: 5-8 pm
Sat: 11A.M - 7 pm
Sun: 12 - 5 pm
Free and open to the public
In conjunction with the exhibition
Vaiven. Six visual journeys back and forth between Spain
and the US.
Curated by Aline Shkurovich
Photo : Sebastian Davilo, Graveded Constanle 9, 2010.

Parque de la Exposición
(in front of Museo de Arte MALI), Lima Perú

Friday April 26th Until July 31st, 2013

Visit the page below for more information :

Opening to the public:
from Thursday 25 to Sunday 28 April, 2013
Hours: from 2:00 to 9:00 pm
Icarus and the Myth of the Fallen Angel
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Paralleling Narratives - Solo Exhibition

Opening Reception : Monday Mar. 11th, 5 ~ 7pm
Exhibition Date : Mar. 11th ~ Apr. 4th, 2013
Gallery Place : Georgian Court Art Gallery Arts Department
900 Lakewood Ave,Lakewood, NJ 08701
Phone : 800 - 458 - 8422
* The gallery is inside the Georgian Court University.

What started as a collaboration between the artists Ana De Orbegoso and Patricia Arnillas, has expanded through the participation of dancer and choreographer Silvana Cardell and her students from The Georgian Court University dance department.

"Icarus and the Fallen Angel"

The work revives a collaboration between two Peruvian American artists, painter Patricia Arnillas and photographer Ana De Orbegoso, who were first inspired by one another's work more than twenty years ago in New Your City.

"This project is a visual exploration of the eternal struggle between the tragic human drive to reach the unattainable, and the equally vital need to achieve balance."

The exhibit consists of paintings, photography and video installations featuring GCU Dance majors performing in the opening – video installation. Presentation of a new video installation collaboration between P.Arnillas. A. De Orbegoso and Silvana Cardell featuring GCU dance guest artist Bethany Formica.
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Paralleling Narratives - Solo Exhibition
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Paralleling Narratives - Solo Exhibition
Paralleling Narratives - Solo Exhibition
Paralleling Narratives - Solo Exhibition
Kicking off the New Year of 2013, Crossing Art presents Paralleling Narratives, a solo exhibition featuring the mixed media and photographic works by Ana De Orbegoso. The opening reception takes place on Sunday, January 13th, 3 to 6pm, runs from January 11th to February 13th and will conclude with an artist talk of Q&A on Saturday, February 9th, 2-4PM. This marks her premiere exhibition at Crossing Art.
Urban Virgins
Exhibición Itinerante
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El Público y las Vírgenes Urbanas