WOCA Triennial

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WOCA Triennial

402 Ave. Constitucion
00906 San Juan
October 28th, 2015 - January 1st, 2016

Puerto Rico
Tue-Fri 10-6; Sat 10-2


Walter Otero Contemporary Art presents the first edition of the WOCA Triennial


San Juan, Puerto Rico - Walter Otero Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the first edition of the WOCA Triennial opening on Wednesday, October 28th   at 7:00pm in the contemporary art space located in #402 Ave. Constitución Puerta de Tierra, San Juan.

In dialogue with the 4th Poly/Graphic Triennial San Juan: Latin America and the Caribbean, Walter Otero Contemporary Art presents this first edition of the WOCA Triennial, which marks the beginning of a series of exhibitions to be held every three years with the intention of paying tribute and providing an exhibition space for the graphic work of national and international artists. In this edition of the WOCA Triennial, the established artists are joined by a group of emerging artists, selected through an open call, which completes the exhibition. Giving the opportunity to these artists to exhibit in a formal gallery setting side-by-side renowned artists.  As an exhibition platform WOCA Triennial places every artist on the same level, and as the exhibited work of Luis Vidal states, No artwork is better than the other.

The 4th San Juan Poly/Graphic Triennial: Latin America and the Caribbean is an international cultural event sponsored by the government of Puerto Rico and organized by the Fine Arts Program of the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture (ICP). Created in 2004, the Triennial promotes experimentation in the graphic arts, stimulating the combination of traditional printmaking and contemporary practices within a different curatorial theme each year. This edition’s curatorial team is comprised of chief curator Gerardo Mosquera (Cuba) and co-curators Vanessa Hernández Gracia (Puerto Rico) and Alexia Tala (Chile).

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