March 30 – September 30
Organized by the Center for Puerto Rican Studies and Hunter East Harlem Gallery
2180 3rd Avenue
New York, NY
Ida y Vuelta: Experiencias de la migración en el arte puertorriqueño contemporáneo is an expansive exhibition of 19 Puerto Rican artists whose works express their varied interpretations of the experience of migration—often formulated from direct experience—whether they refer to their own emigration or to the process of adapting to a new environment.
We will celebrate the grand opening of this exhibition on Thursday, March 30th, with a reception open to the public. Guest curator Laura Bravo, Ph.D and several exhibition artists will be present.
Featured artists include:
Abdiel Segarra Ríos, Adál Maldonado, Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez, Anaida Hernández, Antonio Martorell, Brenda Cruz, Carlos Ruiz Valarino, Edra Soto, John Betancourt, José Ortiz Pagán, Máximo Colón, Marta Mabel Pérez, Mónica Félix, Nayda Collazo Llorens, Norma Vila Rivero, Osvaldo Budet Meléndez, Pedro Vélez, Quintín Rivera Toro, Víctor Vázquez
Curated by Laura Bravo, PhD., with Assistant Curator Donald Escudero.