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Rudolph Castro

Born in 1982 in Lima, Perú
Lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina

If there are two things that characterize the creative process of visual artist Rudolph Castro, one is the sharp perception of presence – measurably and alive – of objects in the dimension of the everyday; the other is the direct and admirable nature of his intuition, the way it activates a weave of resonances -memories, desires, fantasies, fears-, which are immerse each of these objects into a person. With simplicity and depth, he has been able to transform the dark swirling of life into something manageable, to throw an unspectacular light on the real in the most basic sense, to make a clairvoyance emerge from the banal: a General’s uniform hanging in a closet is not equal to a hidden skeleton in the closet.

Jorge Villacorta Chávez, Lima, October 28th, 2014

2014 – Sesenta y dos hora de viaje, cincuenta y nueve años en el sur – Sala Luis Miró Quesada Garland, Lima, Perú
2012 – …firmes!!! – Galería Sala 58, Lima, Perú
2011 – Libreta de Tiempo – Galería Cecilia Gonzáles, Lima, Perú
2010 – Satélite 65 – Galería Bruno Gallery, Lima, Perú
2009 – Mi(l) Novecientos Noventa – Galería Pancho Fierro, Lima, Perú

Group Exhibitions
2014 – Cuadernos Presentes-Cubo en Blanco, Santiago, Chile
2014 – ¿UN NUEVO MEDIO EN EL MEDIO? Historia del video peruano-Galería Pancho Fierro. Lima, Perú
2013 – Detonante: El arte peruano después de la CVR-Museo Metropolitano de Lima, Lima, Perú
2012 – Anamnesia-Centro Cultural de Petroperú, Lima, Perú
2011 – El ultimo lustro-Centro Cultural Ricardo Palma, Lima, Perú
2010 – P/A Pruebas de artista-Galería Germán Krüger Espantoso-III Bienal Internacional de Grabado ICPNA, Lima, Perú
2010 – Ciudad Contenida – Galería Vértice, Lima, Perú
2010 – Videographics del Perú – Fundación Hispánica Alianza, Madrid, España
2010 – Mash Up – Centro Cultural de España, Lima, Perú
2008 – BLIP: A/V automático-versátil – Centro Fundación Telefónica, Lima, Perú
2008 – I Festival de Videoarte Iberoamericano – Centro Cultural de España de Lima, Lima, Perú

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