Héctor Lozano Gonzáles is a communications professor at the Peruvian Universidad Privada del Norte, a photographer and a visual artist. Furthermore, he was a writer and editor at the university magazine “Día Treinta”.
Héctor has set up three photography exhibitions and a collective performance at the 1rst International Gathering of Visual Arts in Toluca – Mexico, 2004. His other exhibitions were shown in different parts of Peru.
In 2014, he has taken part in the public urban interventions series “Gold Plating Monument” reaching the finalist position at the National Art Contemporary Contest of Peru.
One of the first transgender politicians in Latin America is currently city councilor for a community in northern Peru. We present Luisa Revilla – an impressive woman whose commitment to her constituents could serve as inspiration for many politicians.
Shortly before its irrevocable, complete collapse, the Cascajo wetlands were rescued by Marino Morikawa, a young Peruvian-Japanese scientist who spent his childhood fishing in its waters. He developed a nanotechnology that will soon be used to restore other waters as well – among them the famous Lake Titicaca.