‘Rutas de Nuestros Caminos. Routes of Our Paths’ to Open at Ki Smith Gallery

 

 

 

Jorge Luis Rodríguez, Circulo Concurro Esquinas (Circle with Four Corners) 1978/2022 in the exhibition ‘Just Above Midtown’ at MoMA in 2022. Image courtesy of the artist and Ki Smith Gallery

Ki Smith Gallery will open its doors to Rutas de Nuestros Caminos. Routes of Our Paths, a group exhibition highlighting some of the most exciting Puerto Rican contemporary artists in NYC! The gallery will be exhibiting a wide range of talent that includes legends like Jorge Luis Rodríguez and Marcos Dimas as well as undiscovered talents like Elsie Deliz and new stars in the community such as James Reyes. CAfED and Grandma Collective take us on a journey that shows Puerto Rican artists’ prolific and continuing impact in New York City. The gallery will be showcasing a collection of works including pieces made in the 70’s that were originally shown at the famed Just Above Midtown Gallery and have been exhibited at MoMA, as well as pieces finished this year in a studio in the Bronx. Rutas de Nuestros Caminos (Routes of Our Paths) gives a view into both the past and the future while celebrating the present.

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Save the Date for the 47th El Museo del Barrio Annual Three Kings Day Parade & Three Kings Art Installation by Artist Elsie Deliz at the Historic La Marqueta

 

 

 

Image courtesy El Museo del Barrio

El Museo del Barrio is delighted to present the 47th Annual Three Kings Day Parade and Celebration! This year’s theme, entitled ‘Tradiciones: Keeping Our Stories Alive,’ in celebration of our narratives through the time-honored tradition of storytelling through the arts. We invite you to give space to those who share stories and upholding traditions in our communities.

January 5, 2024 from 11am to 3pm ~ a Free Event

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