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The museum is very well organized and allows one to know the artist and his impressive work.
We left the museum highly-spirited, very impacted by the author´s imagination and the overall beauty and the craftmanship.
This is a gallery and a museum. The tapestries are incredible, and if I ever have an extra $2,000-5,000 laying around I will buy one! There's a short video of M. Laura discussing his work, and several attendants who will show you specific themes and...More
I stumbled across this museum while wandering around Cusco and could not be happier that I did. Laura’s art blew me away. There wasn’t a piece in this little museum that I did not love. Particularly striking are the vibrant colors that he is able...More
My husband and I went to visit the gallery one afternoon. It absolutely blew me away. I’ve never seen anything quite like it! The colours and different textures! The works are really something to be proud of. The fusion of old tradition with new techniques...More
If you are visiting Cusco you would be foolish to miss popping in to see the beautiful tapestries on display and for sale. Such wonderful colours and designs. Remarkable art work in textiles. I was blown away.
While visiting another small gallery, we had the great fortune to be told about the artist and his tapestries. The gallery, though small is rich with his interpretations of a traditional media of Peruvian tapestries with brilliant colors.You can wonder in and out quickly but...More
i was having a rough day & passed by the building. i went in and was blown away. i thought everything was a bunch of paintings. they were all fabrics. It was so beautiful and really brightened up my mood. definitely check it out.
While you're exploring the city of Cusco I would definitely make a stop to enjoy these beautiful tapestries. You can go through the museum in about 30 minutes. The colors are stunning and each tapestry reflects a story of the Peruvian culture. I thoroughly enjoyed...More