Solo show "Trópicos Sólidos" by Daniel Barclay at Ginsberg + Tzu Lima

"The Trópicos Sólidos series reproduces and dissects on different levels several common and private symbolic spaces such as the Latin American Memorial, the Ibirapuera Auditorium or the Copan building, spaces that project an identity of the city through its history. The organic forms that burst between buildings and museums also make reference to that image of a “tropical country" so used in tourist postal cards and airport brochures. But these paintings and drawings are "anti-postcards" in the sense that they also try to return a scale human through organic forms that break the architecture where the body-space relationship is transformed into an uncertain and free space.

Daniel Barclay


February at Ginberg + Tzu Lima, our Ecuadorian artist, Jorge Morocho will present "Tiriesas"

"It is in those liminal spaces where his painting burns, where its potential beauty holds the space for a created symbol, derived from an unresolved crisis, as a symptom of that indecision of which his work spoke so much. It is the place where the ash has not yet lost its warmth, the splendor of the images that survive, vulgar, and that deteriorate in the immensity, in their own vulgarity. And that is why his painting does not pretend to be a total experience, but rather, a fragmented experience, a story with gaps that tries to escape all literalness (...) In this ambiguity, Morocho invites us to explore the powerful relationship between the close and the distant, the proper and the external, the autobiographical and the historical or the important and the banal. That is why the chosen character also moves in a liminal terrain: Tiresias had been a man and a woman. According to the myth, he became a woman after killing a female snake during coitus. Years later, in an identical event, he killed the male, which returned him to his male condition. Morocho is always looking for that moment when normal life becomes something paranormal, producing new interrelationships that by a simple gesture become legendary."

Óscar Manrique


Daniel Barclay will presents his new exhibition, 'Falsa Ruptura', at ICPNA Cultural in Miraflores - Lima, curated by Marcio Harum.

"As in a detox experience derived from the constant overpopulation of images and manipulative disinformation, Barclay brings together in the exhibition works about his perceptions turned to the contrast between analog materiality and digital ethereality, sensitive impressions absorbed in an atmosphere stained by post-truth."

"Moved precisely by the difficulty of verifying the facts today, the artist narrates the instant in which a character serving a sentence disguises himself with a common latex mask to escape from prison. The focus falls on the evidence of the relationships between nature and reality to which we are involved by images that no longer faithfully represent the events, but rather, as a meta-narrative, of what seems to cover everything like a membrane, a second layer of the real (virtual or alternative). In the era of fake news, the verification of facts is avoided by the impulses to share content, and truth in an era of decomposition of the concept, makes uncritical the generation and consumption of images for clicks, likes, views and the monetization of the performance of pages, accounts and posts. We may wonder if the feelings that arise along with life in nature can be felt by us in the midst of the sound cacophony, visual pollution and textual confusion of the sum of lies that we experience in today's online routines."

Marcio Harum


Alessandra Risi will present “ISLA”, first solo show at Ginsberg + TZU Lima

Ginsberg is pleased to announce Alessandra Risi's first solo at our gallery, "ISLA" is opening Wednesday 13th of December in Lima. The exhibition is curated by Fatima Poppe.

"Her register, this time, is botanical, close to the natural sciences, where theories of descent and adaptations underlie. Branches and bifurcations are made evident, in canvases susceptible of being isolated. "We are an island inside, despite being communicated", explains the artist when she talks about her painting..."

Fátima Poppe


Cristina Flores Pescorán will be participating in the Biennale of Sydney 2024.

On March 9th, the artist will carry out a performance involving her work with yarn and needles, whilst reciting her original poetry titled "El tiempo según Emilia" (Time according to Emilia) as part of the Biennale's opening weekend.


Group Show "Plaything / Play Thing" at Ginsberg Gallery - Lima

"Plaything / Play Thing" invites viewers to explore the multifaceted dynamics of power, identity and social expectations. This exhibition delves into the duality of toys as innocent objects of joy and their darker role in the objectification of individuals. Through various artistic mediums, it challenges the audience to reflect on the blurred boundaries between play and exploitation, encouraging a critical examination of how social norms and stereotypes can remove an individual's agency.'Plaything / Play thing' questions the boundaries of play, from infantile magical thinking to consent in the role playing of erotic adult play.

The Group Show includes works by artists Fabiola Gonzáles, Fernando Dolorier, Ian Tevo, María Abaddon and Vanessa Karin.


Sandra Val's participation in a Group exhibition at the Central Library of Cantabria - Spain

The exhibition "Al borde del tiempo" (At the edge of time) at the Los Arenales Cultural Center (Central Library of Cantabria) features works by artists Abigail Lazkoz, Marina Nuñez, Sandra Val, Raquel Algaba and Weixin Quek Chong.

Curated by Raquel Algaba, the project is part of the Curatorial Program 2023, with the support of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Sports of the Government of Cantabria.

The exhibition takes as its starting point, because of its relevance, the ideas contained in the 1976 novel "Woman on the Edge of Time" by Marge Piercy, where a woman realizes that she can see the future, a future that is divided and yet to be realized: on the one hand the possibility of racial and sexual equality in a world in balance with the environment, on the other, a society where the boundary between people and goods has been completely eroded. In a way, this novel encapsulates our most current concerns as contemporary societies and, like the woman protagonist in Piercy's novel, the artists in this exhibition offer us a transformative vision with an eye to the future.

Source: Santandercreativa.com


Xavier Coronel's work will be featured in a Group Show in Geneva - Switzerland

The Group Show in Switzerland will include works of three Ecuadorian contemporary painters: Xavier Coronel, Jorge Morocho and Francesca Palma.

Beyond just an art exhibition, this project hopes to reflect the dynamics of modern society and its environment through the works of contemporary artists, showcased for their innovation in painting. The event will be organized by Ana María Castillo with the support of the Association of Spanish International Civil Servants (AFIE) and the Embassy and Chancellery of Ecuador, aiming to support creativity among local and international artists.

This exhibition will be held at MABE Art Gallery from 11 to 17 December 2023 with the objective to promote Ecuadorian contemporary art in an international context.


‘The DUMBANGER Lectures’ - Xavier Coronel

September 2023 (Lima)


‘The Girlfriend Experience’ - Vanesa Karin

August 2023 (Lima)


Una conversación entre el artista Ignacio Alvaro y los curadores Jerson Ramírez y Jules Bay. 


‘Antes de que se acabe el café amarillo’ - Fabiola Gonzáles

April 2023 (Lima)


Art Brussels 2023

Ginsberg will participate from April 20 to 23, 2023 in the 39th edition of Art Brussels to be held in Halls 5 and 6 of Brussels Expo, the Art Deco icon built for the Brussels International Exhibition of 1935.


‘Hacer toser mi alma’ - Antonio Paucar

January 2023 (Lima)


Wynnie Mynerva’s first institutional exhibition at the United States, to take place in New York’s NEW MUSEUM.

Mynerva’s commissioned installation for the lobby gallery will assert radical mythologies capable of inspiring gender exploration and sexual exploration.


‘Las Predicciones’ - book by Cristina Flores Pescorán

On January 21 at ICPNA TALKS, the book by CRISTINA FLORES PESCORÁN, “LAS PREDICCIONES”, will be presented. The presentation will feature Natalia Iguíñiz, Carlos Zevallos Trigoso, Sandra Rodríguez and Miguel A. López.

“LAS PREDICCIONES” gathers work by Cristina Flores Pescorán, made between 2020 and 2022, which explore different ways of healing the body. Through drawings, textile sculptures and videos, the artist investigates the relationship with illness to propose forms of regeneration that cross the spiritual and the sensual in dialogue with nature. In her works, healing appears not as an individual act but as a collective project.


‘Color Folds’ - Rudi Ninov

October 2022


Maria Abaddon & Wynnie Mynerva, curated by Miguel A. López at Proyecto AMIL

September 2022


‘And suddenly there was no more shore - part I’

Wynnie Mynerva will be part of ' And suddenly there was no more shore - part I', a group exhibition curated by Gala Berger and Miguel A. Lopez at Il Posto Chile. The exhibition opens on June 16, 2022.

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NADA Curated 2022

We are happy to announce Ali Salazar will be part of Reset, the first edition of NADA Curated, a new series of online exhibitions highlighting artists and galleries from NADA’s international community through curated thematic presentations.
For RESET, curator Maria Elena Ortiz prompted the artist to do precisely that: reset.

“Artists were asked to stop, pause, and reconsider everything that has happened in the last two years. Reset presents 19 international artists who express personal narratives, fantasies, new technologies, and unjust realities. The exhibition includes a variety of media including video, painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, and installation. Proclaiming alternative ways of being and pointing to systems of oppression, Reset considers the intersections of an unexpected phenomenon with our political lives.  

In Reset, the works address the absurd, surreal imagery, color, nature, and violence to challenge the ideologies that sustain subjugation. In their paintings, Ali Salazar depicts ideas of memory, nonsense, and child’s play with colorful brushstrokes. (…)”

Text by: Maria Elena Ortiz



GINSBERG is pleased to announce our participation in the eight edition of NADA New York with a project by Alonso Leon-Velarde. The fair will take place from May 5–8, 2022 at Pier 36.


EXPO Chicago

Our participation in the EXPSOURE section will take place from April 7th - 10th


ARCO Madrid 2022

Ginsberg is pleased to announce our participation in the Opening section of ARCO Madrid with a solo show by Wynnie Mynerva


Machete al Machote


Closing to Open


Paris Internationale

Ginsberg is pleased to announce our participation of the 7th edition of Paris Internationale 2021 exhibiting the works of the Peruvian artist Silvana Pestana. This edition will take place from October 20th to 24th in the center of Paris.


Frieze London 

Ginsberg is pleased to announce our first time participation in Frieze London!

The fair will take place from October 13th to 17th. The Gallery would be part of the Focus Section, presenting a solo exhibition by Peruvian artist Shirley Villavicencio Pizango.


SP-Foto Viewing Room

Ginsberg is thrilled to announce that we will be part of the SP-Foto Viewing Room. The fair will take place from November 23rd to 29th. The gallery will be showcasing works by Majo Guerrero Fonseca (Nicaragua), Nicolas Franco (Chile) and Antonio Paucar (Peru - Germany)


Time Goes By

An exhibition by Rebecca Horn and Antonio Paucar at IFA Gallery Berlin this September 9.

In order to cope with the current circumstances and keep promoting international artistic and cultural exchange during the global pandemic, ifa will exhibit works from its collection in a contemporary context.

Time Goes presents that in the current climate, the unsettling yet touching works of Rebecca Horn take on a new significance. Her films, performances and sculptures open up a space between the poles of life and death, past and future, interior and exterior, human and machine. Horn not only influenced a subsequent generation of artists; she actively sought a dialogue with them.

The exhibition presents such a dialogue with her master class student Antonio Paucar, an artist who lives between Berlin and Huancayo (Peru). In his performances, Paucar moves through private, public and political spaces and landscapes that are both culturally and symbolically laden. He waits for change, senses transience, the power of the unconscious, sows memories so as not to forget. In poetry they find a shared language of proximity, both transcending bodies and boundaries. Therein lies their vulnerability—and their strength.

Source  IFA


Ginsberg + Tzu is pleased to announce the exhibition by María Abaddon and Christian Bendayán called "Apuntes de la Naturaleza", which will open on Friday, March 8 at our Madrid gallery.

"Apuntes de la Naturaleza" (Notes of Nature) immerses us in a dialogue on the complex relationships between humanity and nature. In Christian Bendayán's work, the Amazonian landscapes materialize as a set integrated by the river, the jungle and the cosmos, personified through masks of the Bora tradition, symbolizing the spirits that act as witnesses of the ecocide that threatens our physical and spiritual connection with the Amazon. On the other hand, Maria Abaddon immerses us in 'counter-utopian' scenarios, presenting imaginary futures where the Earth escapes the threatening presence of humanity, showing living and changing landscapes, like mutations shaped by the skin of the individual who will now be the resource to exploit. The exhibition is a look at an overflowing, syncretic and wild nature, a nature marked by the inherent drive we find in every living being, the yearning to resist."

Oscar Manrique


Ginsberg + Tzu next to present "Cosmopolitan" at Ginsberg + Tzu Lima

"Cosmopolitas" is the next group exhibition that will present works by the artists: Carlos Cartaxo, Daniel Barclay, Sandra Val, Silvana Pestana and Vanessa Karin.

"Cosmopolitas" brings together a body of work that is in itself a celebration of the transformative potential of cross-border cultural pollination. The visual influence or the myriad of influences to which today's artists can be exposed thanks to technology and modern facilities for relocation exponentially multiply the creative possibilities for the future. A vibrant reflection on global interconnectedness and the richness that emerges when creative boundaries are blurred.

"The works of Barclay, Cartaxo and Val converge in that they present explorations of architectural aspects, fusing sculpture and urbanism in a dialogue with the concept of territory.

For their part, Pestana and Karin, with a bold and political claim, portray the visceral savagery of sexual violence. Sculptures that merge wasps and orchids, a self-portrait in the form of anime, foreign languages, global problems."


Ginsberg + Tzu Madrid is pleased to announce that Sergio Femar's solo exhibition "Cando Eu Vin"

"Sergio Femar is considered a painter, one of those who seek discipline through their own codes, but who understands that what we call disciplines are simply specific fields within a fragment of reality and that, therefore, their possibilities of manifestation The plastic arts are diverse. Through his characteristic assemblages of wood, scraps and paint, he explores the expansion of a vocabulary that is no longer only rooted in the pictorial currents that he has assimilated, but also those that highlight the autonomy of the object and the physical nature of the support. This double relationship between "informing" and "giving shape to something" is central to his artistic approach, taking a much more conscious process in the last year during his return to his native Galicia. Works that refer us to a northern spirituality, one that is hidden and sincere, that is carried within. It is the use of a black that is not darkness, but reflection, humidity and depth. A work that, like nature itself, continually engenders and devours its own creations ; with pieces that mutate in his workshop, merging and disaggregating, "cannibalism in the studio", between the fragments themselves that, for days, months and even years, keep the ultimate brilliance of their form”

Oscar Manrique

*"Cando Eu Vin" will open on Saturday, January 27 in our gallery in Madrid.


Cristina Flores Perscorán's "Las Predicciones: Placeres Punzantes" at Ginsberg Gallery

"My artistic practice is a constant dialogue between my body and diverse healing processes, traversed from my experience with diverse textile procedures from the Peruvian coast, my medical practices, my family memory and my feminist activism, aspects that allow me to decolonize the patriarchal, macho and violent structures that surround me.

In my work, the dialogue with the presence of my mother and the women of my family in northern Peru, was the starting point for the self-exploration of my body, my relationship with my ancestors, technologies and geographical spaces on which I move.Likewise, my personal experience with biopsies, diagnosis and treatment have been fundamental for the approach from the textile where I continually allow myself to extract my organs to explore them, expand them in space and heal them."

Cristina Flores Pescorán


Jorge Morocho's December Solo Show at Ginsberg Gallery 

Jorge Morocho (Ecuador, 1992) studied at the ITAE (Instituto Tecnológico de Artes del Ecuador) and later at UArtes (Universidad de las Artes del Ecuador), where he graduated at UArtes (Universidad de las Artes de Ecuador), where he graduated with a degree in Arts with a major in painting in 2018. Currently is currently pursuing a master's degree program at the at the Academy Academy of Art and Design FHNW in Basel, Switzerland.

"My practice is a negotiation between two forces: impulse and intention. The first focuses on compiling and ordering; and the second on the creation of new narratives through remakes.

My work is a theater of ghosts. I configure visual sequences that reflect the inherent perseverance of images. A compilation and ordering of presences whose luminosities persist, transmute and disappear in time." Jorge Morocho


Alessandra Risi's "Paisajes Fragmentados / Fragmented Landscapes" will be exhibited in Vancouver - Canada

Alessandra Risi's work, her series called "Paisajes Fragmentados / Fragmented Landscapes", under the curatorship of Dulcina Abreu, will be exhibited in a Solo Show at Addition Gallery in Vancouver - Canada.

Alessandra's work talks about the essence of everyday life, memory and dreams. She generates a fast and loose painting. Different characters and everyday objects that tell stories appear. Through painting she looks for a way to communicate ideas, thoughts and worlds. Through color and the line a movement is understood in the objects as well as in the different planes. The tones appear according to each situation and they enhance the idea as well as the forms. Inside the painting there are two readings, the object and the situation and a mysterious and incomprehensible part. This makes the viewer generate a thought through it.


‘Paisajes de la Destrucción’ - María Abaddon

July 2023 (Lima)


‘Rituales Paralelos’ - Ignacio Alvaro

June 2023 (Lima)


Pinta PArC 2023


‘Rizoma’ - Silvana Pestana

February 2023


NADA New York 2023

Ginsberg will participate alongside artist Ali Salazar in the Projects section of the 9th edition of NADA New York to be held at 548 West from May 18-21, 2023.


Hacer toser mi alma una conversación entre Antonio Paucar y Miguel A. López


‘Tinkuy’ - Sandra Val

January 2023



Daniel de la Barra will begin his residency in January 2023 at Delfina Foundation (London), as a recipient of the Artus Conexion Global


ARCOmadrid 2023

Ginsberg is pleased to announce that we will be participating in the 42nd edition of ARCO Madrid with artists Xavier Coronel and María Abaddon in the Opening by Allianz section, curated by Julia Morandeida and Yina Jimenez.


‘Rizoma’ - Silvana Pestana

November 2022 (Lima)

“Cuestión de amor y de odio, no de juicio. En el amor hay composición de un cuerpo con otro, hay devenir. El devenir es algo que sucede entre dos cosas que se encuentran, y eso que sucede no es del orden del reconocimiento ni del juicio, sino de la captura o el robo. A partir de lo que se es, del propio territorio se extraen partículas en contacto con lo que se deviene: el devenir es un proceso de deseo. En nuestros amores tenemos que ser como la orquídea y la avispa, nos dice Deleuze. La orquídea se ha dejado contagiar por la avispa, adoptando sus colores y sus formas, ha devenido avispa, no porque la orquídea quiere ser como la avispa, sino porque ha incorporado el movimiento de la avispa al suyo propio, de manera que ese devenir constituya el modo de atraer a la avispa, de formar una composición orquídea-avispa. A su vez la avispa se siente capturada por la orquídea, deviene orquídea, no porque la imita, sino porque se deja atrapar en su movimiento.” (Deleuze & Guattari)


Frieze London 2022

Ginsberg is pleased to announce participation in Frieze London!

The fair will take place from October 12th to 16th. The Gallery would be part of the Focus Section, presenting a solo exhibition by Peruvian artist Daniel de la Barra.


‘DUMBANGER’ - Xavier Coronel, curated by Felipe Paredes

September 2022


‘Unworthy of Being Human’ - Ali Salazar, curated by Matheus Calderón

August 2022

Ali Salazar is a multidisciplinary artist, their artistic pratice revolves around a habitat of identities, personal experiences that constitute a remembrance of memory. Salazar seeks to encourage dialogues and constructions from the TRANS and Child subjectivity, by approaching at productions of violence and the grotesque from the oniric. They addresses painting with an innocent and childlike gaze, involving the oniric.


Solo Show Vanessa Karin

June 2022


Hvbo vn lvgar donde los árboles lloran

Daniel de la Barra’s practice explores the reconstruction of narratives within the hierarchical imposition of powers of domination, highlighting the power structures and extractivist valorization of which nature is a useful object. This project explores the transition and construction of the narrative towards the instrumented landscape from romantic painting to remote sensing satellite images and new digital models of vigilance.

The show will be open on May 6th, visit the exhibition from Tuesday to Saturday from 11:00h to 19:00h


Antonio Paucar


Script for a landscape

Ginsberg is pleased to announce Allison Valladolid’s first solo show at the gallery.

For her first solo show in Lima Valladolid wanted to expand her ongoing project "Script for a landscape", she has created a landscape made up of drawings and paintings inspired by the late-night competition shows of the nineties. Valladolid addresses the contrast of two worlds, the stage as a construction, a space that can be designed with total freedom, the artificiality of late-night competition shows and seeing television as a place where fiction has no limits when it comes to script, shape or figure.

Valladolid makes an analysis of the geometric, modern and luminous aesthetics there is an absence of the natural and organic. She addresses the contrast of two worlds, the stage as a construction, a space that can be designed with total freedom, the artificiality of late-night competition shows and seeing television as a place where fiction has no limits when it comes to script, shape or figure, it was a portal that allowed me to fantasize about unknown worlds.

She concedes her desires to create a scenario where she can create a pilot program where the setting and that little inner world is inspired by the natural, a place where the modern includes the organic. Using the technique of found footage, she’s created a private collection with extract of videos of the talk shows of the decade and images to intervene. Perhaps the purpose of this new design or aesthetic reconfiguration is due to an attempt to cling to the existence of natural elements or to deny the idea of imagining a world, however superficial and fictional, without natural elements.


Pneumo -conduction

Ginsberg present an exhibition of new works by Genietta Varsi titled “Pneumo - Conduction”. Taken from an ongoing multi-media project, in collaboration with stage artists and an audiovisual production team. Varsi presents the process and result combining,  drawing,  sculpture, choreography, music and video. It is a visceral, celestial and earthly universe of aerial actions that investigate the phenomena of the air outside and inside the body; thinking them, unthinking them, making them, unmaking them and mixing them.


Esplendor y caída

Ginsberg is pleased to present ‘Esplendor y Caída’, an exhibition of weaving and engraving installations by José Luis Martinat. This is his first solo exhibition at the gallery.


Buenos Aires Photo

Photograph of artwork hung on wall. Collage of two vertical photographs. One of a still life, another of a woman sitting. Red letters on top reading: Rore Vapor Tear

Ginsberg will be part of the Buenos Aires Photo, online edition. The fair will take place from September 1st to 15th. The gallery will be part of the Main Section, presenting work by Lotte Andersen (U.K.), Nicolas Franco (Chile) and Antonio Paucar (Peru - Germany).


SP-Arte Viewing Room

Ginsberg is thrilled to announce that we will be part of the SP-Arte Viewing Room. This special online edition of the fair will take place between the 24-30th of August. The gallery will be showcasing work by Peruvian artists Wynnie Mynerva and Pablo Ravina.