Florida, starting point of a great exhibition on Machu Picchu and Peru

Miami, May 18 (EFE) .- The Boca Ratón Museum of Art (Florida) will host from October 16 the exhibition "Machu Picchu and the Golden Empires of Peru", which will combine the immersive digital experience with a traditional exhibition almost two hundred pieces of art brought from the Andean country.

Boca Ratón, about 70 kilometers north of Miami, will be the starting point of the world tour of this exhibition organized by World Heritage Exhibitions and Cityneon with the support of the Government and the Ministry of Culture of Peru and in alliance with the Inkaterra association. , as announced today at the headquarters of the Museum of Art.

Due to the need for social distancing and other measures to prevent the spread of covid-19, the number of people who can visit Machu Picchu annually has been reduced to 250,000.

This exhibition makes it possible for many more people to experience the wonders of Machu Picchu around the world, according to the organizers.

During their visit to the exhibition, the guests are taken to the mysterious city in the sky, Macchu Pichu, as part of a journey through history with the mythical hero Ai Apaec, who will discover the mysteries of Andean cosmology.

In addition to this immersive experience, they will be able to contemplate 192 pieces from the Larco museums in Lima and the Manuel Chávez Ballón Site in Aguas Calientes (Peru), which come from royal and stately tombs and many have never been seen before outside of Peru.

One of the most interesting items is a completely intact golden garment that belonged to a Chimu emperor and dates back to 1300 AD.

The presentation was attended by representatives of the entities involved, as well as the Mayor of Boca Raton, Scott Singer and the Regional Manager of Visit Florida, Lindsey Norris.

Florida Secretary of State Laurel M. Lee welcomed everyone through a video and PromPeru, the Peruvian tourism office, contributed its support to the event.

Irvin Lippman, executive director of the Boca Raton Museum of Art, expressed his satisfaction at being able to "present the wonders of Machu Picchu and the power and beauty of the Inca civilization."

"Visitors will have the opportunity to come face to face with history in a way that has not been done until now," said Ron Tan, CEO and CEO of the Cityneon Group, with a long history of creating immersive experiences.

The president and director of World Heritage Exhibitions, Anthony Tann, hoped that "Machu Picchu and the Golden Empires of Peru" will become "the largest cultural attraction in the entire region in October."

The announcement of the world premiere at the Boca Raton Museum of Art was accompanied by Andean entertainment featuring Florida-based Peruvian artists, including Peruvian music by Kuyayky, artwork by Roberto Carlos Olivia Hernández, and ceramics by Polo Ramírez.

This exhibition "brings to life the diverse cultures that have lived in the land of the Incas and in Machu Picchu during its astonishing 3,000 years," said the president of the Larco Museum, Andrés Álvarez-Calderón.

"Machu Picchu and the Golden Empires of Peru will allow the history and wealth of Andean civilizations to travel the world," said Jose Koechlin, the founder of the Inkaterra Association, a non-profit organization dedicated to scientific research as a basis for the conservation of biodiversity, education and the well-being of local communities.

Tickets, which start at $ 19.95, will go on sale in late summer, but an online pre-registration process opens today.


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