Carlos Enrique Polanco
Carlos Enrique Polanco (born 1953) is a notable exponent of Peruvian painting. Since his beginnings he was attracted to the less privileged urban sectors of Lima City. When he studied in School of Fine Arts, his work reflected the iconography and color of the Peruvian urban night life. Polanco is an artist with a social commitment.
Polanco is a cartoonist of contemporary Latin American society, portraying survivors of the urban fight, becoming the winners of the social battle.
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- Palabras del señor Viceministro Secretario General de Relaciones Exteriores, Embajador Gonzalo Gutiérrez Reinel, en la ceremonia de inauguración de la exposición “Colección del Artista”, de Carlos Enrique Polanco (El Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores del Perú) (Spanish)
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