Aldo Chaparro (b.1965) is a Mexican/Peruvian artist whose work focuses in the use of sculpture and painting to explore form in post-industrial ways. He currently lives and works between Mexico City, Los Angeles, Madrid and Lima.
Chaparro explores form through void, matter and the human body using quick processes to transform prefabricated materials into unique objects.
Using elements commonly used for construction, he creates forms in balance by manipulating and subtracting matter. Much of his work is based on quick processes, which forces him to have a close relationship with his materials. One of the premises of Chaparro's work is the concept of time and his relationships with prefabricated materials, such as beams and sheets.
Selected Public & Private Collections
The Jumex Foundation / Collection (Mexico).
The Coppel Collection (Mexico).
The CIFO – Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (Miami – U.S.).
The Helga of Alvear Foundation (Cáceres – Spain).
Simon de Pury (London – U.K.).
Douglas Baxter’s Collection (New York – U.S.).
Domenico de Sole, (Hilton Head, U.S.
Guler Sabanci, (Istanbul, Turkey).
Pierre Huber Collection, (Switzerland).
Museum of Contemporary Art Lima, (Lima, Peru).
Perez Art Museum Miami (Miami, U.S.)