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TALLER BORICUA: A Political Printshop in New York
On View NOW
In celebration of Taller Boricua’s 50th anniversary, El Museo del Barrio is pleased to present Taller Boricua: A Political Print Shop in New York, the first monograph exhibition in three decades about the East Harlem-based Nuyorican collective workshop and alternative space.
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On View NOW *online*
El Museo del Barrio presents its first online exhibition that examines the work of 30 artists working on the margins of modernism and the mainstream art world between the 1930s and 1970s from the Americas and the Caribbean.
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ONLINE ARCHIVES OF EXHIBITION CATALOGUES AND BROCHURES
El Museo del Barrio announces the launch of an online archive of exhibition catalogues and brochures from the past fifty years. As important scholarly resources, the digitized publications feature illustrations and texts by artists, scholars, museum professionals, and other experts, that in many cases represent the first, and in some instances, the only existing references on particular artists and/or subjects. Though previously available to scholars by appointment, full text digital reproductions of these materials are now available for open access to the public for the first time.
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