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Bamba

Recent Works 2004

Page without number
Page without number
Post card
Post card
Still I
Still I
Still II
Still II
Still III
Still III
Number 5
Number 5
Page 46
Page 46
5
5
Page 150
Page 150
Page 157
Page 157
Page 114
Page 114
Page 214
Page 214
Page 226
Page 226
Page 321
Page 321
Page 343
Page 343
Page 449
Page 449
Page 529
Page 529

Brazilian Acquisitions 2006

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Page Without Number
Page Without Number
Page Without Number
Detalle I
Detalle I
Detalle II
Detalle II
Page 15
Page 15
Number 33
Number 33
Page 41
Page 41
Page 71
Page 71
Page 87
Page 87
Page 103
Page 103
Page 118
Page 118
Page 135
Page 135
Page 179
Page 179
Page 254
Page 254
Page 335
Page 335

New Acquisitions 2006

Number 11
Number 11
Page 23
Page 23
Number 14
Number 14
Number 34
Number 34
Cabinet 43
Cabinet 43
Number 54
Number 54
Page 61
Page 61
Page 70
Page 70
Page 129
Page 129
Page 215
Page 215
Page 217
Page 217
Page 246
Page 246
Page 307
Page 307
Page 320
Page 320
Page 332
Page 332
Page 348
Page 348
Page 387
Page 387
Page 398 a.
Page 398 a.
Page 398 b.
Page 398 b.
Page 550
Page 550

Info

The Bamba Collection consists of paintings copied from the photographic registration of sculptures, instalations and videos found in contemporary art publications. Each work has for title the page number from the book in which the work was copied from. This collection gives LiMAC the possibility to exhibit significant contemporary art works to its visitors. Due to the scarce importation of foreign goods throughout the 60´s and 70´s, Peru developed a large economy of fake and altered clothings brands, books and other goods known as Bamba products. Today this copy culture still is widely present.

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