The Latin-American Pavilion (LAP) is a space for the Development of Latin-American Art in China, a place where the great "masters" encounter the "emerging" new artists of the American-Continent. Within The LAP, we find galleries which specialize in Latin-American Art with various origins in Asia, Europe, North America, and Latin America, all of which today, exhibit through it, the works of renowned artists from the continent.
The LAP, a pioneer of its kind in Asia, has become a referring cornerstone for Latin-American culture in artistic Asian circles, bringing the best of what Latin-America has to offer by crossing physical and cultural frontiers and introducing the uniqueness of Latin-American Art to the Chinese households.
The LAP, originates as an initiative on behalf of Bandi Trazos, a gallery which specializes in Latin-American Art which has its headquarters in Shanghai, China and Seoul Korea, as well as offices in Toronto, Canada and Montevideo, Uruguay. Banditrazos which has worked since its very beginning in developing artists from Hispanic America in Asia, is also the organizer the of the American Pavilion, Shanghai Art Fair.
Whether the Latin-American Pavilion or the American Pavilion, Bandi Trazos will continue to play a major role of cultural commitment, organizing events across the various international art fairs in Asia
Alvaro A. Cirillo
Founder and Executive Director LAP