Join CENTRO & The Whitney for a FREE community viewing of the exhibition, “no existe un mundo poshuracan”: Puerto Rican Art in the Wake of Hurricane Maria, on February 2nd from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM. The exhibition, on display at the Whitney Museum of Art from November 23rd, 2022 – April 23rd 2023, explores how artists have responded to the transformative years since Hurricane Maria. It brings together more than fifty artworks made over the last five years by an intergenerational group of more than fifteen artists from Puerto Rico and the diaspora. CENTRO is partnering with The Whitney Museum of American Art to continue the conversation on Hurricane Maria and the way artists have begun to understand and unpack this devastating disaster.
Image Courtesy of Miguel Luciano, Shields / Escudos, 2020. 10 protest shields made from decommissioned school buses in Puerto Rico, 35 × 210 × 3 1/2 in. (88.9 × 533.4 × 8.9 cm). Collection of the artist; courtesy the artist.
This event is put on in partnership with The Whitney Museum of American Art.
This event is part of the CENTRO 50th Anniversary Celebration! Join us all of 2023 in celebrating 50 years of CENTRO’s work to strengthen, diversify, and reimagine the field of Puerto Rican Studies!
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