Benjamín Cieza Hurtado
Benjamín Cieza Hurtado (Lima, 1991) Graduated in Painting from the School of Art and Design of the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. He has participated in solo and group exhibitions such as La casa y la fábrica. ICPNA, Lima (2022), Subyugado. Vigil Gonzales, Cusco (2021), Sigue siendo hoy. Vigil Gonzales, Lima (2020), Collective show. Estrella Gallery, New York (2021), Oasis Paraíso. AMIL Project, Lima (2020), Interdimensional Tent. El Garajr, Lima (2020), Ensayo/Error. Sótano Uno. Lima (2019), A moment, elsewhere. El Garajr, Lima (2019), If he can't, you do it for him. Victoria Sánchez, Lima (2018), Tómbola de Bisagra at Supersimétrica, Madrid, Spain (2017).
Her work is part of the Jorge and Darlene Perez collection.
Benjamin Cieza Hurtado's work explores through domestic and urban visual resources the elements that make up his identity. Labor, social mobility and interpersonal relationships are processes that interest him as a fundamental part of the development of the members of the society in which he is a part of. Recently his work has inquired about interpersonal relationships and migration processes within his family