Vito Loli Art Exhibition
On the evening of June 7th, Peruvian artist Vito Loli's paintings
were exhibited for the public at Giralda Café in Coral
His creative and original style awarded the public with breath
taking views of everyday and abstract sceneries. Unfortunately
Mr. Loli was not able to attend this event, missing on the magical
feeling that flowed between art and admiration.
Present at this event were Mrs. Luisa Gamio de Collado, Peruvian
Consul General and Mr. Dino Pisfil, president of the World Fine
Art Cultural Organization.
Alberto Loli Narvaes was born in Lima, Peru 1954. The
artistic abilities of Vito come from an artistic background
and from prominent well known artists. Among his relatives are:
great grandfather Paul Gougin, who was the son of Alina Gougin
which was Otilia Lanfranco's niece. Otilia had a son Alberto
Loli Lanfranco which is Vito's father. Vito's artistic abilities
began in elementary years, a very pleasant time for his classmates,
where he stood out of the others in drawing comic strips for
his whole class for entertainment. When entering the University
to become and architect, he would always obtain the best grades
in design. During his studies at the Ricardo Palma's University,
Vito had done enormous artwork for the Peruvian government and
private sectors. When he finished the University he moved to
California, and worked as an architect and interior decorator.
Vito with his lovely personality soon became to be well known
by the Los Angeles community and re-designed hotels as well
as commercial stores. He created a large and very special mural
at the Tehachapi High School in California that made the front
page of the Los Angeles newspaper. He returned to Peru in 1993
and donated murals to the San Borja community in Lima. To this
present date Vito dedicates his time creating paintings in his
workshop. He has had two art exhibitions, which were quite successful.
He also worked in stage background of theaters. Among other
companies he worked for are: Channel 9, Peruvian Air Force,
Exterior Minister, Biz Street as well as very well selected
clients in Peru and Chile.