Since then, is dedicated to promoting trends, mainly Latin American contemporary art. In 2010 he moved to Santa Fe galleries
in the neighborhood of Recoleta, where it concentrates its activities throughout the year.
Participates in international fairs like Eggo (Buenos Aires); Buenos Aires Photo; Art Palm Beach; Art Point (Punta del Este
Uruguay) Affordable Mexico (Mexico DF); MIA Miami.
Her solo show “Borrowed World” was described by art critic Victoria Verlichak as “a glance over the natural and the prodigy and the creating of a totally new identity.” The Peruvian artist experiments with her own body by painting designs on herself to blend into various backgrounds. In the past, she has transformed herself into animals, plants or her surroundings simply by using body paint.
Paredes states, “I wrap, cover or paint my body with the same pattern of the material and re-present myself as part of that landscape. Through this act, I am working on the theme of building my own identification with the entourage or part of the world where I live or where I feel I can call home. My bio has been described as nomadic so maybe this is also a need of addressing the process of constant relocation. There is also the factor in my mind that flora as we know it, is coming to be endangered so with all these preoccupations, I think that in these works, aesthetics bind with the anthropologic in order to register fragments of personal and social memory.”