Oh, no, you missed it! Subscribe to Savoteur to always get the scoop first.
One of the first thoughts that strikes us when we think about time is how impossible it is to explain. The more we try, the harder it gets. But the exhibition Tiempo: Visibilizar lo Invisible at Centro Cultural PUCP makes it a bit easier. Spanish curator Jokin Aspuru takes us through the poignant works of 11 prominent photographers who examine the passage of time, the melancholy of past moments and how we can "visualize the invisible." Among the works exhibited is Paul Fusco's RFK Funeral Train, which features the funeral procession of Robert F. Kennedy as it traveled from New York City to Washington, D.C. The exhibit closes May 3. To miss it or not is just a matter of time.


An exhibition gathering works by 11 prominent photographers.
It offers a moment to reflect upon time and its impact.
Centro Cultural PUCP, Av. Camino Real 1075, San Isidro
Until May 3. Daily, 10 a.m.-10 p.m.


By Susana Lay

Susana loves long walks and sometimes loses her voice while teaching literature classes. She loves to write, watch movies, eat and sleep. She also loves to travel and to write about her travels. You'll never know where to find her — most of the time, she herself doesn't know.