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A compact but sweeping retrospective of the artistic output of the Peruvian artist Sergio Zevallos closed recently at Berlin’s Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW). The exhibition, entitled Exercises in Transformation (21.10.23-14.01.24), highlighted 40 years of Zevallos’s artistic practice, beginning with his work with the Grupo Chaclacayo artists’ group, founded in the 1980s in Lima, up to more recent work. Along with interactive happenings in the exhibitions space, referred to as “activations,” and a series of performances, this show comprised graphic artworks, collage, performance documentation, and even a listening station with a group of audio works outside the main space of the show.
A compact but sweeping retrospective of the artistic output of the Peruvian artist Sergio Zevallos closed recently at Berlin’s Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW). The exhibition, entitled Exercises in Transformation (21.10.23-14.01.24), highlighted 40 years of Zevallos’s artistic practice, beginning with his work with the Grupo Chaclacayo artists’ group, founded in the 1980s in Lima, up to more recent work. Along with interactive happenings in the exhibitions space, referred to as “activations,” and a series of performances, this show comprised graphic artworks, collage, performance documentation, and even a listening station with a group of audio works outside the main space of the show.
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