At the turn of the millenium 14 Shipibo Conibo families arrived in Cantagallo, a section of the city in the outskirts of Lima, the capital of Peru.

They came from the Ucayali region in the Amazon jungle of the country. Possibly they were offered land lots by the then presidential candidate Alejandro Toledo if they backed him with votes.

Currently about 200 Shipibo Conibo families live there.

The works of art you see here represent their lives.

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Shipibo Conibo Art

SR-009 Silvia Ricopa 168x71.JPG
SR-006 Silvia Ricopa 47x46.JPG
DIR-001 Dora Inuma Ramirez 150x070.JPG
SR-005 Silvia Ricopa 74x64.JPG
JF-001 Jenny Flores 160x147.JPG
OB-004 Oscia Buenapico 156x31.JPG
PA-005-2 Pilar Arce 20diám..JPG
SR-003 Silvia Ricopa 94x79.JPG
SR-002 Silvia Ricopa 96x75.JPG
PA-004 Pilar Arce 149x74.JPG
RR-001 Ruth Ramirez 86x51.JPG
PA-001 Pilar Arce 48x36.JPG
OS-001 Olinda Silvano 155x45.JPG
MCM-001 Mariana Clemente Mori 154x152.jp
JT-002 Jessica Tananta 153x064.JPG
DP-001 Delia Pizarro 185x152.JPG
ER-001 Eliabeth Ramirez 152x34.JPG
DP-002 Delia Pizarro 156x142.JPG
BR-002  Betty Reategui  68x68.JPG
CRH-002 Conshi Ramirez Huayta 53x54.JPG
AC-001 Ani Cárdenas 154x142.jpg
DB-002 Debora Buenapico 134x152.jpg

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