Boricua Workshop: 50 Years of Political Graphics

Exhibition September 12, 2020 − January 17, 2021
Museum del Barrio New York hosts an exhibition"Workshop Boricua: 50 years of political graphics".

The exposition consists of more than 200 graphic works, including serigraphs, lithographs, linocuts, paintings, assemblies, collages and drawings of the founders and early participants of the Boricua workshop, including Marcos Dimas, Carlos Osorio (1927-1984), Jorge Soto Sanchez (1947-1987), Nitsa Tufinho and Rafael Tufinho (1922-2008), as well as a number of others. The works in the exhibition are drawn from El Museo's permanent collection, Thaler's extensive archives, and other collections.

The printing press, celebrating its 50th anniversary, started as a New York printmaking studio, but became known for its cultural and political activism, having raised several generations of artists and art critics.

Prepared from site materialsMuseum del Barrio.