Past Exhibition Program


Después de la Frontera⎟After the Border

April 29 to June 25, 2016 ARTISTS | ARTISTAS Dr. Emma Cervone Latin American studies scholar, Towson University  Eric J Garcia Political Cartoonist  Tanya Garcia Multimedia Artist and Curator  Silvia Mata-Marin Social Graphic Designer, Fulbright & Robert W. Deutsch Fellow  Valeria Molinari Illustrator  Michelle Angela Ortiz Philadelphia-based Artist and Muralist  Edgar Reyes Graphic Designer, Community Artist  Levi Vonk Fulbright Fellow, Anthropologist Based in Mexico […]


Unpacking Hispañola: Scherezade Garcia and Firelei Báez

Through April 8, 2016 Unpacking Hispañola re-envisions the processes that construct historical narratives, racial subjectivity, and gender roles through the work of Dominican American visual artists Scherezade Garcia and Firelei Báez. Both artists create images that complicate the traditional distinctions between myths and historical ‘facts’, questioning the very nature of historical narratives. Channeling their own racialized […]


Afro-Latino in Philadelphia: Stories from El Barrio

On view: Dec 4 to Jan. 9, 2016 Sandra Andino’s exhibition at Taller Puertorriqueño began as a personal project to learn about her family and ancestral roots. In examining her family photos, she saw records of her past and proof of her “existence.” The project led her to reflect on past racial experiences and prejudices […]


An Uncompromising Vision

Carlos Pascual October 16 to November 14, 2015 Born and raised in Córdoba, Argentina, Carlos Pascual (b. 1953- d. 2015) was passionate about the sanctity and intrinsic beauty of animals and nature. His meticulous colored-pencil drawings, of which he made prints, were created to honor and promote the protection of wildlife and nature. His preferred […]


GENERACIÓN to GENERATION

GENERACIÓN to GENERATION A Multi–Disciplinary Journey through Tradition and Imagination August 14 – September 19, 2015 Taller Puertorriqueño’s Children & Youth Education Program From generation to generation in the Spanish-speaking world cultural traditions, belief, tales and superstitions are passed down and expressed creatively. This year, the children and youth of Taller explored the roots of […]


Filadelfia Exhibition

Filadelfia: New Perspectives

March 6 to April 4, 2015 Noting that the Spanish name for Philadelphia, Filadelfia, is similar in spelling and sound but implies a foreign perspective, this exhibition highlights the views of a select group of eight Latino artists living in the city. Working in installation, sculpture, video, photography, and quasi-relational aesthetics, these artists check their […]