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March 20th, 2009 - May 2nd, 2009
Opening: 
March 20th, 2009 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
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PULSE

March 20 – May 2, 2009

Opening Friday, March 20, 6-9pm

 

Curated by Fernando Salicrup and Christine Licata

With Guest Curators: Barbara Bullard-Leacock (Al Johnson Art Inc.) and Taina Traverso

 

The Taller Boricua presents PULSE: a group exhibition of 14 contemporary New York artists of African American and Afro-Caribbean decent whose work pulses with both aesthetic energy and the diverse cultures that flow through them.

 

Corporeal to conceptual, a single pulse can signify many things from a steadfast heart to the reason for it to keep on beating. It is the inspirational jolt that quickens intellect and brings clarity and innovation. As a vibration of keen perception and insightful perspectives, a pulse is the tangible influences, sentiments and life of a people and a culture.

 

The artists in PULSE explore these collective dialogues and critical reflections through various mediums: painting, sculpture, mixed-media, installation and video. Provocative on emotional, sensory and socio-political levels, their work gets the blood pumping and the mind buzzing.

 

Participating artists:

Anton, Robert Daniels, Al Johnson, Lawrence Joyner, Jayson Keeling, Ibn Kendall, Simone Leigh, Shawna Mills, Rashaad Newsome, Nobody, Dionis Ortiz, Diane Pryor Holland, David Shrobe and Saya Woolfalk

 

Special thanks to Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) for multimedia equipment

 

About the Taller Boricua: The Taller Boricua was established as a non-profit organization in New York in 1970. We have since expanded into a multi-cultural institution by providing exhibitions and programs that stimulate social, cultural

and economic development within the arts. We enable artists to function as an essential nucleus to the community by fostering and supporting creative means of expression across all mediums.

 

Taller Boricua

at the Julia De Burgos Latino Cultural Center

1680 Lexington Avenue, NYC, N.Y. 10029 / t: 212.831.4333 f: 212.831.6274

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6 Train to 103 Street / Free admission / Center is accessible for individuals with disabilities

 


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