LUZ NEGIB

(Mayo 21 - June 5, 2013)

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Flight II
Acrylic on canvas. 135 x 197.5 cm
Flight II Flight IV - Diptych Flight VII Flight V - Diptych There Once Was a Forest Summer's Here

ENLACE ARTE CONTEMPORÁNEO Gallery (Av. Pardo y Aliaga 676, San Isidro) presents a selection of her most recent work under the title PAISAJES DE LUZ Y SOMBRA by LUZ NEGIB, next Tuesday, May 21 at 7.30 p.m. The show consists of twenty medium- una large-size pieces worked with acrylic and mixed media on canvas and paper. Luz Negib (Lima, Peru) entered the School of Visual Arts of the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú in 1957, graduating in 1962. In 1963, she set off for England to pursue her graduate studies at Slade College of Fine Arts at London University, thanks to a scholarship from the Peruvian-British Council. In 1963, the Italian government also awarded her a study scholarship. Among her most important solo shows, we should note: Instituto de Arte Contemporáneo, Lima, Peru (1963); Drian Galleries of London, England (1965); “La familia Pérez” (“The Pérez Family”), Galería Carlos Rodríguez, Lima, Peru (1969); “Flores y frutos” (“Flowers and Fruits”), Galería 9, Lima, Peru (1974); “Bestiario” (“Bestiary”), Galería Trapecio, Lima, Peru (1974); “Paraíso” (“Paradise”), Galería Trapecio, Lima, Peru (1976); “Árboles imaginarios” (“Imaginary Trees”), Galería Forum, Lima, Peru (1977); Galería Buchholz, Bogota, Colombia (1979); Galería de Arte Casa del Moral, Arequipa, Peru (1980); “Las Doñas” (“The Madames”), Galería Forum, Lima, Peru (1980); “Flores del bien” (“Flowers of Good”), Galería Camino Brent, Lima, Peru (1984); “Flores del bien” (“Flowers of Good”), Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano, Arequipa, Peru (1985); “Panorámica de Luz Negib” (“A Panoramic View of Luz Negib”), inaugural exhibition at the Galería John Harriman, cultural center of the Asociación Cultural Peruano Británica, Lima, Peru (1987); “Colca,” Galería 9, Lima, Peru (1988); “Luz y Costa” (“Light and Coast”), Galería Praxis, Lima, Peru (1990); “Trilogía del paisaje peruano” (“Peruvian Landscape Trilogy”), cultural center of the Municipalidad de Miraflores, Lima, Peru (1992); “Selvas interiores” (“Interior Jungles”), Galería Forum, Lima, Peru (1993); Galería Latina, Montevideo, Uruguay (1994); Galería ATC, Buenos Aires, Argentina (1994); “Mariposas de obsidiana” (“Obsidian Butterflies”), cultural center of the Municipalidad de Miraflores, Lima, Peru (1995); “Icarus,” Galería Trapecio, Lima, Peru (1997); Retrospective 1963-2003, Galería Germán Kruger Espantoso of the Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano, Lima, Peru (2003); and “Brotes del recuerdo” (“Buds of Memory”), Galería John Harriman, Lima, Peru (2007). Her work is held in important public and private collections in Peru, the Netherlands, England, and Colombia.