Elizabeth Spungen speaks with Gabriel Martínez about publishing books on photography and artists and Martínez’s 2015 show Bayside Revisited at The Print Center. This event is a program of Martínez’s […]
Martinez is a multidisciplinary artist based in Philadelphia whose work typically investigates Queer identity and history. In his new exhibition, he looks back to explore the cost of migration, the formation of memory, and the ongoing conversations and misconnections between Miami and Havana.
Nature and the digital hand merge in Carlos Gil’s eyes. Intervening in the pictorial, and working in collage, photography, and digital manipulation, Gil creates haunting imagery based on nature and geometry.
Photos from the Disposable and Indispensable Workshop on March 24th with Jaime Alvarez and RAIR. A free workshop about sustainability in a time of built-in obsolescence, hosted by RAIR and Jaime […]
Opens February 2, 2018 Reception: Friday, March 2, 5:30 – 8 PM RSVP here Photographing found and discarded objects, Jaime Alvarez’s Consumption explores intimacy, sentimentality, and loss. The show stems […]
Opened on December 4, 2015 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 […]
The reception for 2014 Memories in the Making Exhibition and Performance, is an exhibition of watercolors and drawings, followed by a short theatrical performance by the seniors from the Norris […]
Photos from the 18th Annual Arturo A. Schomburg Symposium held on Feb. 22, 2014. Link to the photo set is here.
Photos from Las Gallas & friends fundraising spectacular on February 19th in Taller. They are raising funds for their trip to the International Festival of Poetry in Havana, Cuba in […]
June 24 – July 23, 2011 Composed of 92 original photographs from Casasola’s negative collection of historical events, taken between 1900 -1940, this exhibition outlines a chronological narrative of the era […]