Aldo Chaparro

Aldo Chaparro, born on December 18, 1965, is a renowned Peruvian sculptor celebrated for his mastery in sculpture and design, with a particular emphasis on stainless steel craftsmanship. Currently dividing his time between Mexico City, New York City, and Lima, Chaparro's artistry has garnered widespread acclaim and has been featured in various prestigious publications such as Bright: Typography between Illustration & Art, Art and Text (edited by Aimee Selby), Art Forum, The Wall Street Journal, and
Art Career:
Hailing from Lima, Aldo Chaparro is a graduate of the Catholic University of Peru. Influenced by illustrious figures like Michaelangelo Pistolleto, Robert Morris, and Jorge Luis Borges, Chaparro's artistic exploration revolves around themes of reflection and mirroring. Beyond his creative endeavors, Chaparro has actively contributed to the editorial domain. Serving as the director of Celeste Editorial Group from 2000 to 2012, he spearheaded the production of over 40 publications focusing on contemporary art and fashion. Among his notable creations are Celeste and Baby baby baby, esteemed publications shaping the discourse on art and contemporary culture. Notably, Chaparro's work has found a home in the collections of esteemed individuals and institutions including Eugenio López (Fundación Colección Jumex), Pierre Huber, Simon de Pury, Helga de Alvear, Douglas Baxter, Domenico De Sole, The Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation, and The Coppel Collection, underscoring his significance in the realm of contemporary art.
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