Tagged: museo pedro de osma

Photo Diary: Heads up.

Spent yesterday at the Museo Pedro de Osma in the Lima neighborhood of Barranco admiring colonial religious everything, including Cuzco school paintings of archangels, inlaid mosaics of the Virgin and — my favorite — some truly awesome 18th century sculptures of heads. From top to bottom: Jesus, St. John the Baptist and an anonymous figure who I’m convinced could have been a member of Los Bukis.

P.S. I’m still in Peru. But you can find this week’s Gallerina guide to artsy goodness over at WNYC.