New York Latin American Art Triennial - Abya Yala
OCTOBER 5TH - DECEMBER 21ST
Rigo Peralta, Face of the Island, 2022. Acrylic on Linen, 38’x 38’
Bronx Council on the Arts is collaborating once again with Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture to present the 2022 edition of the New York Latin American Art Triennial at the Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos, one of eight venues for this city-wide exhibition produced by the Bronx Hispanic Festival. The Triennial explores Abya Yala – a name used by millions of indigenous peoples to represent the entire American Continent - from Alaska in the north to Tierra del Fuego in the south. The artworks are based on this name - Abya Yala - which is also a symbol of identity and respect for the roots of American indigenous peoples and used as starting point to explore the direct connection between the original practices inherited from our ancestors and contemporary art. Artists whose work is exhibited at BCA's Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos are from Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, and Puerto Rico.
Alexis Mendoza (Triennial Chief Curator) and Luis Stephenberg (Triennial Director)
Alvaro Gabriel Diaz-Rodriguez & collective (Juan Carlos Salas, Enrique Botello, Aaron Guzman, Horacio Gonzalez) | Bel Falleiros & Renata Cruz | Carlos Runcie Tanaka | Elvira Espejo Ayca | Francine Secretan | Franklin Graulau | Garvin Sierra | Jeannette Betancourt Díaz | Jessica Alazraki | Katherine Patiño Miranda | Luis González Palma | Oscar Azula | Pablo Medina | Pablo Helguera | Ricardo Fuentealba-Fabio | Rigo Peralta | Tari Beroszi
- Opening Reception | Wednesday, October 5th
- Performance by Pablo Helguera | Friday, November 18th, 6:00 PM
- Closing Reception | Wednesday, December 21st, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
All visitors must provide proof of up-to-date vaccination prior to entry and must wear a mask during their visit.