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For example, most Peruvians do not smoke or do it extremely rarely.Many eat Maca, which is also called Peruvian ginseng (a medicinal plant, a powerful natural aphrodisiac).March 7 - 9, 2014 Friday through Sunday The 69th Regiment Armory Booth A-204 68 Lexington Avenue between 25th and 26th street, NYC I invite you to visit the gallery during NY Armory week! What started as a collaboration between the artists Ana De Orbegoso and Patricia Arnillas, has expanded through the participation of dancer and choreographer Silvana Cardell and her students from The Georgian Court University dance department.Seemingly small and vulnerable Peruvian woman combines dignity and inner strength.She does not like to complain and always comes to the aid of her neighbor. Rendiremos homenaje a las mujeres peruanas en la historia, visibilizando la participación de la mujer en la reivindicación de sus derechos como ejemplo de resiliencia femenina en la historia.
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This marks her premiere exhibition at Crossing Art.
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"Icarus and the Fallen Angel" The work revives a collaboration between two Peruvian American artists, painter Patricia Arnillas and photographer Ana De Orbegoso, who were first inspired by one another's work more than twenty years ago in New Your City.
"This project is a visual exploration of the eternal struggle between the tragic human drive to reach the unattainable, and the equally vital need to achieve balance." The exhibit consists of paintings, photography and video installations featuring GCU Dance majors performing in the opening – video installation. De Orbegoso and Silvana Cardell featuring GCU dance guest artist Bethany Formica.