Iosu Aramburu was awarded MoMA’s Artist Research Fellowship

We are proud to announce that losu Aramburu was awarded MoMA’s Artist Research Fellowship 2021. This is one of the three grants presented each year by the Cisneros Research Institute for the Study of Art from Latin America, established by The Museum of Modern Art in 2016 to support new research by artists, curators and scholars.

losu Aramburu (Lima, 1986) is an artist based in Lima, Peru. Through painting, sculpture and installation, his work seeks to question the failures of the modern project. |n 2019, Aramburu awarded the Artus-Delfina Fellowship (London), in 2018 he won the Premio ICPNA de Arte Contemporáneo and the Plaza Paz Soldán National Contest (both in Lima) and in 2012 he won the lll Premio de Pintura Latinoamericana Arcos Dorados-ArteBA (Buenos Aires). He has participated in residences in Triangle-France (MarseilleJand in the Fonderie Darling (Montreal). His work can be found in the following collections: Museo de Arte de Lima – MALI, Patricia Phelp de Cisneros collection (New York and Caracas), the Sayago 8 Pardon Collection (Los Angeles), the Lodevans Collection (London), Jorge M. Pérez Collection (Miami), Hochschild Collection (Lima), Arcos Dorados Collection (Buenos Aires), among others.

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