Miguel Cordero is an installation, sculpture, and mixed media artist. His latest work, Jorge Chávez sweater for a Boeing 737-200, concerns aero-commercial domains, drug trafficking, improper negotiations, real estate speculation, the need for heroic references, and relational art with a community relegated to neglect. He studied at the National School of Fine Arts of Peru in 1994, at the San Carlos Academy of the UNAM, and at the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. His previous solo exhibition was Jedeque, the return of the Lamb (2017), twenty years before his solo exhibition Tourist Souvenir of my post-Inca brain (1996) was organized at the Academy of San Carlos. He won the Young Artist award from the 2V’S Gallery for his graduation from the PUCP and Fine Arts. Cordero works and lives in Peru.