Giuseppe De Bernardi (Lima, Perú. 1972) Works in an interdisciplinary manner in fields such as research in Fine Arts and cultural management as well as in cinema, stage projects and for television. His work develops between agitprop, advertising and cultural criticism with an ironic and colorful tone. Relying on drawing, painting and collage, he creates images for his so-called “community walls”: city walls, the gallery and the walls of graffiti. He has held 5 one-man exhibitions, his last one being “Tupac Beer: a tactical social economy” held at Revólver Galería, Lima, and countless group exhibitions, among which it is worth highlighting “Interface” at the Museum Laboratory of Contemporary Art / MLAC, University of Rome. (Italy), “Hawapi: Pariacaca” at the Museum of Contemporary Art Lima (MAC-Lima), “Envisioning the end of the century IV: Popular / Pop” at the Museum of Art of Lima (MALI, Lima) and “Bienal Iberoamericana de Lima ” as part of the collective “Tupac Caput” in collaboration with Rogelio López Cuenca.