Lima, Peru. 1965.
Lives and works in between CDMX, Los Angeles and Lima.   





Aldo Chaparro (b.1965) is a peruvian-mexican artist whose work focuses in the use of sculpture and painting to explore form in post-industrial ways. He currently lives and works between Mexico City, Los Angeles, Madrid and Lima.

Chaparro explores form through void, matter and the human body using quick processes to transform prefabricated materials into unique objects. Using elements commonly used for construction, he creates forms in balance by manipulating and subtracting matter.






Untitled (2020)
Acrylic on linen
120 x 120
2020




Untitled (2020)
Acrylic on linen
120 x 120
2020





Barbapapas (2020)
Acrylic on linen
Dimensions Variables
2020





Untitled (2018)
Stainless steel
130 x 190 x 16 cm approx.
2018




L.A Blue, November 7, 2019 18:09 (2019)
Stainless steel and electrostatic paint
150 x 94 cm approx.
2019





Totem (2019)
Stainless steel
30 x 30 x 200 cm approx.
2018




Totem (2018)
Wood and paint
30 x 30 x 250 cm approx.
2018




Totem (2018)
Concrete
30 x 30 x 200 cm approx.
2018




Untitled (2019)
Brass & textile
50 cm de diameter
2019





When an unstoppable force meets an immovable object (2014)
Engraved bronze ring
Diameter of 100 cm
2014