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Caras/Faces: Oscar Lopez Rivera

The National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture is proud and honored to present a selection of paintings by Oscar López Rivera during his years in prison. Some of these pieces are part of our permanent collection, and others belong to private and family collections. We have organized this

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Martorell in the House

September 22nd, 2016 – April 1st, 2017 Antonio Martorell returns to The National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture with an exhibit featuring a selection of six portfolios he produced during his prolific artistic career and two large-scale woodblocks on fabric dedicated to Oscar López Rivera. With an uninterrupted

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Poetic Science

POETIC SCIENCE: Artistic-Scientific Approximations about El Yunque is an interdisciplinary project created by the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico in alliance with the USDA Forest Service—International Institute of Tropical Forestry (IITF). The project unites art and science for the purpose of celebrating Earth and its resources, and the resources protected

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Material

Material: A chromatic and a diaspora experience Material is a curatorial project organized by Martin Albarrán, director of La Productora, an alternative exhibit space located in Santurce, Puerto Rico. This edition of Material has been co-curated by Bianca Ortiz Declet. This exhibition brings together a group of renowned contemporary Puerto Rican

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Las Caras Lindas

LAS CARAS LINDAS: INTERVENCIONES ACTUALES Curator: Rubí Ramírez Las Caras Lindas: Intervenciones Actuales is a cultural collective project of an itinerant exhibition that aims to bring together many Puerto Rican artists for the intervention of vejigante masks original from Loiza, PR, which are made of coconut shell. This project addresses the

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METAMORFOSIS

Metamorphosis of Divine Entanglement

Solo exhibition of the artist Oscar Luis Martinez at the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture. This exhibit is a combination of his latest work and work created within combined timing, as he calls some of his paintings “collaborations with his younger self”. His large-scale paintings depict memories

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