The auction record for work by Angel Otero—the Puerto Rico–born, New York–based artist known for paintings fashioned from richly layered oilskins—was broken twice this month.
ANGEL OTERO Everything and Nothing | Contemporary Art Museum Houston - December 9, 2016
In Puerto Rico, Creating Art From Hardship
October 24, 2017
New York Times
Love Art? 'Angel Otero: Elegies' is on View at the Bronx Museum Through April 2018
October 28, 2017
New York Spaces
Angel Otero's exhibit at the Bronx Museum reimagines the traditional to create thoroughly modern masterpieces
Jun Martínez Now in Berlin Presents: Ambush
December 15, 2016
Jun Martínez goes deeper into the forest making an interval in his journal to paint, reflect and evidence the environment that surrounds him.
Inaugura esta noche su retrospectiva en el Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, una muestra recoge 109 obras que abordan temas como cuerpo y memoria
April 27, 2017
El Nuevo Día
Artist Angel Otero's experimental layering creates works full of dimension
December 16, 2016
Looking at the folds and ripples of Angel Otero's signature paintings, you might swear they were made with bunched-up fabric.
A Site Specific Work by Carlos Betancourt - Faena Forum
November 27, 2016
Large Scale Work by Carlos Betancourt commissioned by FAENA ART and Directed by Claire Tancons
Rafael Vega-Why I Paint
The spectre of modernism and the history of abstract art are unquestionably alive in Puerto Rico-born Rafael Vega’s paintings. Within the voids and repeated geometric and linear configurations of his paintings are palpable references to the works of Lucio Fontana, Barnett Newman, Mark Rothko, Frank Stella or, for a more recent example, Tomma Abts.
Axel Ruiz: Pop Culture’s Pixelator By Terrence D. Burruss
Visionary Artistry Magazine
Have you ever glanced at something and felt oddly fixated by what you were viewing? For instance, flicking through the tube and suddenly going back a couple channels to observe a random movie scene of a man bleeding profusely as he crawls across a factory floor, or walking through a park and noticing a young couple gazing into each other’s eyes along with the inevitable public display of affection.
Mónica Rodríguez - Nada a sucedido, el impreio invasor seguirá devorándolo
May 10, 2016
ICP- Instituto de Cultura de Puerto Rico
Alt art space presents two video installations by Allora & Calzadilla
July 12 2016
From 13 July until 9 October, Alt art space in Istanbul, Turkey presents two video installations by Allora & Calzadilla: The Great Silence (2014) and Apotomé (2013). These two works focus on the roots of signification and reflect upon the sensory universe that lies beyond human grasp.
RADAMÉS "JUNI" FIGUEROA - ISLAND FEVER by Michael Slenske
"All eyes are on the Caribbean as the next wave of artist and curators takes on the tropics"
RAMÓN MIRANDA - BELTRÁN | Sujeto/Objeto
June 10, 2016 - Casa Sargento Beta Local
Sujeto/objeto presents a series of related new works including sculptures, projected photographs and an artist book. The series of works proposes a relationship between the materials and forms of our built environment, and the ways in which they in turn structure the relation between subject and territory.
Tiene Arnaldo Roche encuentro con estudiantes de la UDEM
May 19, 2016
El artista puertorriqueño Arnaldo Roche tuvo un encuentro con alumnos de la División de Arte, Arquitectura y Diseño de la Universidad de Monterrey, a quienes señaló la responsabilidad que hay como estudiantes de arte.