Maruja, a Peruvian/Brazilian/Canadian painter, embarked on a journey from Rio de Janeiro to New York City in 2001 and later to Montréal in 2004. Her Andean heritage from Cajamarca shaped her artistic vision, emphasizing colors and the distinct light of her homeland. With numerous group and solo exhibitions, color remains pivotal in her creative process. For two decades, she has imparted her expertise through "Oficina do Olhar," enlightening students on chromatic tension, pictorial space, and artistic language.
2018 - solo exhibition - Médiathèque - Biarritz - France
2013 - group exhibition - Rencontres & expressions: hommage to Maruja Cachay - Villa Ducontenia - St. Jean de Luz - France.
2004 - solo exhibition - Villa Beatrix Enea - Anglet - France
1998 - solo exhibition - Musée Bonnat - Bayonne - France
1996 - solo exhibition - Galeria Toulouse - Rio de Janeiro
1983 - solo exhibition - Galeria de Arte do Centro Cultural Cândido Mendes - Rio de Janeiro
1983 - solo exhibition - Sala Cecília Meirelles - Rio de Janeiro
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