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  • El exilio artístico español en Puerto Rico (1938-1960)
    González Lamela, María del Pilar
    In the third chapter of El exilio artístico español en el Caribe: Cuba, Santo Domingo y Puerto Rico 1936–1960 [Spanish Artists in Exile in the Caribbean: Cuba, Santo Domingo, and Puerto Rico, 1936–1960], the Puerto Rican art historian María [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 866784

  • Notas críticas
    Santiago, Samuel A.
    The photographer Samuel Santiago includes several brief reviews of the eleven exhibitions he has organized at the Galería Pintadera. He thanks those who generously provided assistance, especially the media for their coverage, and the artists from [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 864083

  • Introducción
    Marrozzini, Luigi
    In 1963, a group exhibition of Puerto Rican graphic art was organized under the title: Exposición Colectiva de Grabados Puertorriqueños: Pequeña Retrospectiva [Small Retrospective]. Regarding the exhibition, the Italian art buyer Luigi Marrozzini [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 863214

  • Carlos Marichal
    González García, Sebastián
    In this text, Sebastián González García, a Spanish critic and historian living in Puerto Rico, discusses the multifacetedness of artist Carlos Marichal who, like González García himself, was born in Spain but had lived on the island for a number [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 857717

  • Tres décadas de gráfica puertorriqueña
    Benítez, Marimar
    Puerto Rican historian and curator Marimar Benítez discusses the importance of the print—particularly of the linoleum variety—to artists of the 1950s. Social commentary, condemnation of living conditions among Puerto Ricans, and criticism of the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 822323

  • Aproximación al desarrollo histórico de la xilografía en Puerto Rico 1950-1986
    Lugo de Marichal, Flavia
    Puerto Rican historian and curator Flavia Marichal Lugo offers an overview of the history of the woodcut in Puerto Rico. She explains that the medium took hold on the island in 1950 and its influence continually grew from then on thanks to the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 806507