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  • M.S.A. (Manifestación Sintetista Actual) : del éxtasis al alivio
    Jiménez, Félix
    Puerto Rican professor and journalist Félix Jiménez comments on the space run by the art collective MSA (Manifestación Sintetista Actualizada), which organized an exhibition in 1986 paying tribute to the VII Bienal de San Juan del Grabado [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1062223

  • Frida Medín : una imagen reconstruida
    Gonzalez-Torres, Felix
    The artist Félix González Torres, who was born in Cuba and lives in New York, writes about the beginning of photography in the early nineteenth century, and the Kodak Company’s advertising that made taking a photograph appear so easy. He suggests [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1055114

  • La realidad estaba cerca
    Ramos Collado, Liliana
    In response to the exhibition, Nueva Fotografía Puertorriqueña [New Puerto Rican Photography] (1985), writer/professor Liliana Ramos Collado questions the relationship between photography and reality. There are countless ways to manipulate the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1055091

  • Nueva fotografía puertorriqueña : una exposición
    Rivera Rosario, Nelson
    Puerto Rican critic and professor Nelson Rivera Rosario writes of the importance of the exhibition Nueva Fotografía Puertorriqueña [New Puerto Rican Photography] (1985), because this medium had yet to be recognized as an artistic genre in Puerto [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1055068

  • La fotografía artística
    Méndez Caratini, Héctor, 1949-
    One hundred fifty years after the birth of photography, the Puerto Rican photographer, Héctor Méndez Caratini, writes in 1991 about art photography in New York. He notes what a different reception this work is given in New York, compared to the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 856906

  • Curator’s Statement
    Vargas, Kathy
    This document is a curatorial statement by Kathy Vargas, curator of the exhibition, Intimate Lives: Work by Ten Contemporary Latina Artists. Vargas notes the similarity of preoccupations reflected in the exhibition works but stresses the importance [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 820428