Anderson Debernardi was born in 1968 in Orellana, a small town near Ucayali river in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest. When he was 5 years old his family moved to Iquitos and few years later they relocated to Pucallpa, where he completed primary and secondary schools.
Anderson was one of the founding students of the Usko-Ayar Amazonian School of Painting which was established in Pucallpa in 1988 by Pablo Amaringo and Luis Eduardo Luna. He worked there as a financial administrator and one of the main teacher. In 1992 he was invited along with Pablo Amaringo and two other members of the school in Finland, where today he is a well known artist. His international activity has brought him also in USA, South America, Europe and Japan.
Anderson is currently living with his family in Lima.
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