Name Descriptor: Boza, Juan, 1941-1991×
  • Exposición de La Habana 1967 : Galería Latinoamericana
    Galería Latinoamericana (La Habana, Cuba)
    1967
    This catalogue includes a brief unsigned introduction that discusses the quality of the prints on exhibit in the Exposición de La Habana 1967 held at the Galería Latinoamericana in the Casa de las Américas [House of the Americas], Havana, Cuba. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 864199

  • Juan Boza
    Morris, Randall
    1996
    In this essay, Randall Morris contextualizes the production of Juan Boza in relationship to the U.S. urban environment in which he was working. He notes that in contemporary western society religious art is often relegated to the margins but, as an [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 847786

  • Juan Boza : excerpts from the artist's final statement, January 1991
    Boza, Juan, 1941-1991
    1996
    Artist Juan Boza opens this statement by discussing his hometown of Camagüey, Cuba. He mentions that the city has many “magico-religious” legends inherited from its ancestors. Boza also notes the African roots of his religious beliefs stating [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 847660

  • Juan Boza : interview with Ricardo Viera
    Boza, Juan, 1941-1991; Viera, Ricardo, 1945-
    1996
    In this interview, Ricardo Viera and Juan Boza discuss the latter’s artistic training in Cuba, including the schools that he attended; the awards that he won; his job as a designer at the Coliseo Nacional de Cultura [National Coliseum of Culture] [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 847698

  • Juan Boza : reinventing himself
    Viera, Ricardo, 1945-
    1996
    In this short text, Ricardo Viera looks at the work of Cuban artist Juan Boza, following his immigration to the United States, and transition from “science fiction” based work to art based on Santería. Viera opens this essay with a discussion of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 847679

  • Mestizaje and the postmodern Latino aesthetic
    Lindsay, Arturo
    1993
    In this essay, Arturo Lindsay documents the confluence of Post-modernism in the U.S. and the mestizaje [racial and cultural intermingling] of Latinos in order to create a “Latino aesthetic”—one that is grounded in syncretic spiritual beliefs. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 848970

  • Transnational cuban art
    Farris Thompson, Robert
    1991
    The prominent scholar Robert Farris Thompson examines in this essay the presence of Afro-Cuban culture in the artworks featured in the 1991–1992 exhibition Cuba-USA: The First Generation. Thompson discusses the photographs of Ramón Guerrero, which [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 848039