Sergio Zevallos : la muerte obscena : dibujos 1982-1987 /

The exhibition presents two series of drawings by Zevallos, made during the formation of Grupo Chaclacayo (1982-1995), one of the most daring collective experiments that emerged in Peru in the 1980's. Grupo Chaclacayo -German artist Helmut Psotta (Bottrop, 1937 Ú Wesel, 2012), and Peruvians Ra...

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Edition:Primera edición.
Imprint:Lima, Perú : Proyecto AMIL, [2015]
©2015
Description:1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 30 cm + 1 supplement (36 pages; 25 cm)
Language:Spanish
English
Subject:Zevallos, Sergio, -- 1962- -- Exhibitions.
Zevallos, Sergio, -- 1962-
Exhibition catalogs.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11698199
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Varying Form of Title:Muerte obscena : dibujos 1982-1987
Other uniform titles:Zevallos, Sergio, 1962- Drawings. Selections.
López, Miguel A., 1983-
Sergio Zevallos.
Sergio Zevallos. English.
Other authors / contributors:Proyecto AMIL (Gallery), host institution.
ISBN:9786120018941
6120018948
Notes:Catalog of an exhibition held at Proyecto AMIL, April 24-June 20, 2015.
Interview with Sergio Zevallos by Miguel A. López ; essay by Sergio Zevallos.
Supplement titled "Textos" (36 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm) inserted.
Includes bibliographical references (Textos, pages 22-26).
In Spanish and English.
Summary:The exhibition presents two series of drawings by Zevallos, made during the formation of Grupo Chaclacayo (1982-1995), one of the most daring collective experiments that emerged in Peru in the 1980's. Grupo Chaclacayo -German artist Helmut Psotta (Bottrop, 1937 Ú Wesel, 2012), and Peruvians Raúl Avellaneda (Lima, 1960) and Sergio Zevallos (Lima, 1962)- have been an elusive presence and tales of the group have circulated as myths, both due to the scarcity of literature on their work, and the self-imposed exile of its members, who left Peru to live in Germany in 1989. Since then, knowledge of the group moved through rumors associated with the controversies sparked by their work, and certain contemporary positions and commentaries in the press that sought to dismiss and reject the way that the group addressed violence by a disturbing abjection in a male-dominated, misogynistic and homophobic society.
Table of Contents:
  • [1] Catalog
  • [2] Textos.
  • DIBUJOS: Rosas
  • Que tu carne es el cielo recién nacido Altares
  • Sangre y ceniza : variaciones sobre la bandera.
  • TEXTOS: Introducción / Joel Yoss, Juan Carlos Verme, Proyecto AMIL
  • Observar tu cuerpo como un objeto distinto, de otra clase. Conversación con Sergio Zevallos / Miguel A. López
  • La muerte obscena, Perú, 1982-1988 : una obscura matriz para mis imágenes / Sergio Zevallos
  • Biografía
  • English texts.