Dante Turner

Never the Twain Shall Meet


La Victoria, a pueblo joven (informal township) in Lima, with its organic architecture of internal migrants escaping from the poverty of Peru’s provinces. Election materials decorate its streets. A broken arch symbolises the division between the impotence of the electorate and the power and venality of their elected representatives.

1 in stock

SIZE: 76cm x 101cm
SUBJECT: Urban & Cityscapes
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Dante Turner

Dante is a realist artist originally from Peru now based in the UK.

Dante-Turner Landscape & portrait artist of the year series 2019