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Fernando Bryce is considered one of the most recognized Peruvian artists in the scene of national and international contemporary art; he continues reproducing documents and objects in order to build new forms of representation of historical memory. After an arduous review of pamphlets, official documents, press images, propaganda or advertisements, selected after what he referred to as mimetic analysis, Bryce reorders and display them. Using the brush, he appropriates and gives them a new critical reading, peppered with humor and irony.
After some years studying in Fine Arts of Catholic University, Lima, Peru, and take a painting workshop with Leslie Lee in Lima, he studied studying Plastic Arts at the Université Paris VIII and Ecole des Beaux Arts-Paris with Christian Boltanski.
Among his most recent solo exhibitions includes: Recent work at Baraba Thumm, Berlin, 2014; “Posguerra Peru”, Galeria Lucia de la Puente, 2013; “Dibujando la Historia Moderna”, Museo de Arte de Lima; Museo Univesitario de Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico D.F; Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, 2011-2012; "El Mundo en Llamas", Alexander and Bonin Gallery, New York, 2011; “L’Humanité”, Galería Joan Prats, Barcelona, 2010; “An Approach to the Museo Hawai”. Museum Het Domein, Sittard-Netherlands, 2009; “Die Welt”, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, 2008.
Most recent group shows: Fine Arts Museum of Lovaina, 2014; Cartagena Biennial 2014; “Tomorrow was already here”, Museo Tamayo, Mexico, 2012; “Modern Monsters/Death and Live of Fiction”, Taipei Biennial, 2012; “A Terrible Beauty is Born”, 11th Biennale de Lyon, 2011; “Essays on Geopoetics”, 8t Mercosur Biennial, Porto Alegre, 2011; “Terrible Beauty: Art , Crisis, Change and The Office of Non-Compliance, Dublin Contemporary 2011; "Modelos para armar, pensar Latinoamerica, Colección del MUSAC", León; Biennale di Venezia 53rd, 2009; "Compass in Hand: Selection from Judith Rothschild Foundation Collection", MOMA, NY, 2009.