The current exhibit, Home is Gold, at the Taller Boricua Gallery in East Harlem, is a colorful display by the Garcia sisters, Scherezade and iliana emilia. Here they honor their place of birth, the Dominican Republic, with a sense of home and tradition, bringing the three-room gallery space to life. There will be a panel discussion on April 20th at 6 pm, which will include Scherezade Garcia, iliana emilia Garcia, Dr. Olga Herrera, Abigail Lapin Dardashti, and curator of the exhibit, Nitza Tufino. The exhibit, Home is Gold, will be on view thru April 28. Taller Boricua Gallery is located on the main level of the Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center, 1680 Lexington Avenue at 106th Street. The gallery is free and open to the public.
“From the First Island of Las Americas to the Island in the Middle of All” (L) and “Super Tropics: The Blond Mulatta” (R) by Scherezade Garcia
From L-R, “Settlements”, “The one and only”, “Writings”, by iliana emilia garcia
The exhibit Home is Gold
“Sandy Altar” by Scherezade Garcia
Artist, iliana emilia garcia
Scherezade Garcia is also currently exhibiting at the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI), in their exhibit entitled Harlem and Home in the Global Context. Her piece, Sea of Wonder, is located on the second floor of the historic renovated firehouse. CCCADI is located just a few doors away from the 125th Street MetroNorth Station and the Subway lines #4/5/6, at 120 East 125th Street.