About

Claudia
Martínez Garay

artist

Claudia Martínez Garay is an artist whose practice encompasses painting, sculpture, printmaking, video, and site-specific installation. Her work deals with pre-Colombian aesthetics, artefacts from Incan civilization, and the sociopolitical memory and history of Perú. Through these themes she seeks to challenge the persistence of the colonialist frameworks and official narratives that inform understandings of pre-Columbian cultures. Between 2016–2017, she was a resident of Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam. Selected solo exhibitions include: A las revoluciones, como a los árboles, se les reconoce por sus frutos / Revolutions, like trees, are recognized by their fruits, GRIMM Gallery, Amsterdam, 2019; and ¡Kachkaniraqkun! / ¡Somos aún! / ¡We are, still!, Art Basel Miami Beach, New York, 2018. Furthermore, she was part of various group exhibitions, among them A Fair Share of Utopia, Nest and CBK Zuidoost, Den Haag, 2020; and THE FACULTY OF SENSING: Thinking With, Through, and by Anton Wilhelm Amo, Kunstverein Braunschweig, Braunschweig, 2020. Martínez Garay lives and works in Amsterdam and Lima.

Guided Tour

04 December 2021 16.00–14 January 2022 19.00

Guided Tours: No Linear Fucking Time

Exhibition, Gatherings, Publication, Symposium

03 December 2021 17.00–30 April 2022 19.00

No Linear Fucking Time

Publications