Design Proposal for a Sculptural Plaza in New York City

José Buscaglia Collection, 2000

A photograph of a design proposed for a sculptural plaza in New York City, designed by José Buscaglia. The plaza would contain three allegorical figures representing the three main cultural and ethnic groups that compose Puerto Ricans: Taíno-Arawak, Iberian-Phoenician (Hispanic-Mediterranean) and African. The sculpture eventually was created as "The Plaza of Puerto Rican Identity" in the Paseo de Covadonga in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 2006.


Date
2000, Date available
Creator
José Buscaglia Guillermety
Document Type
Photograph: b & w photographs
Identifier
JoBu_b01_f01_001
Related Keywords
Art, Artists, Statues
Individuals or Organizations Mentioned
José Buscaglia Guillermety
Citation
José Buscaglia Collection, 2000. Design Proposal for a Sculptural Plaza in New York City: JoBu_b01_f01_001. Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY. Web. 21 Oct 2019.
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