A CUBAN -AMERICAN MANUEL PARDO ART EXHIBIT AT THE EMERSON
Pictured to the right Exhibit Card.
This past Saturday my wife and I had the pleasure of attending the Manuel Pardo art exhibit at the Emerson in Mt Tremper New York. I enjoyed all the paintings and drawings on view. Manuel Pardo passed away a few months ago. He was an excellent artist and his art is full of life & Joy. I have admired his work for many years and was glad to see so many works in one place. The Exhibit will be up from May 4 to September 3, 2013 this is a must see exhibit if you are in the area.
More info at: http://www.emersonresort
Cuban Cultural Center Mega Art Auction in NYC
May 3, 2013 6 PM
Spanish Benevolent Society
239 W 14th Street
Pictured to the right Wave Flower painting by Jose Acosta
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS :
Jose Acosta, Susan Bank, Jose Bedia, Guido Betancourt, Humberto Calzada, Chari Castro-Marin, Luis Cruz Azaceta, Enrique Cubillas, Liliam Cuenca, Aurora De Armendi, Pablo Diaz, Ofill Echevarria, Felix Esquivel, Pedro Esteban, Galindo Landeira, Florencio Gelabert,
Frank Guiller, Gisela Hernandez, Eliana Iturbe, Juan Lopetegui, Luis Mallo, David Martinez, Mysora, Jay Palacio, Manuel Pardo, Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo, Rene Portocarrero,
Rolando Pulido, Jesus Rivera, Gilberto Ruiz, Baruj Salinas, Mario Torroella, Gladys Triana, Raul Villareal
Mojitos at a unique art auction,…
The Most Incredible Campus Art Collections from around the World.
To the right Staying Alive painting by Jose Acosta that is part of the University of Pennsylvania Art Collection.
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South Street Seaport Museum will Exhibit Mario Sanchez Art.
On November 8, 2012, the South Street Seaport Museum in NYC
will open a new exhibition called A Fisherman's Dream: Folk Art by Mario Sanchez, highlighting Sanchez's depictions of early 20th century Key West harbor, its watermen, and seafaring culture. The exhibition features 35 of Sanchez's brightly painted intaglios, a type of carving where wood is removed to form a bas-relief.
The exhibition is co-presented with the Key West Art & Historical Society and the American Folk Art Museum, whose exhibition Compass: Folk Art in Four Directions is also on view at the South Street Seaport Museum. The Seaport Museum sees A Fisherman's Dream as a fitting companion to Compass…
PAST, PRESENT, PA'LANTE Exhibition in PUERTO RICO
Group Art exhibit at the Museum La Casona in Puerto Rico.
From November 1, 2012 to January 19, 2013.
Opening Reception November 1, 2012 from 6 to 8 pm.
Pictured to the right Dancing & Two Friends paintings by Jose Acosta
Participating Artists - Jose Acosta - Maria Aguiar - Gerardo Castro - Pablo Caviedes - Carlos Chavez - Jose Manuel Cruz - Christine Devereaux - Irelys Martinez Tejeda - Arazay Molina - Salvatore Tagliarino - Isabell Villacis.
Calle Cruz Ortiz #104
Humacao, P.R. 00791
SEPTEMBER 9 - OCTOBER 4, 2012
Opening Reception: Sunday, September 9, 1:00 - 4:00 PM
ARTS GUILD NEW JERSEY
1670 Irving Street, Rahway, NJ 07065
P: 732-381-7511 / www.agnj.org
Gallery hours: Sat. Sun.: 1 - 4PM, Mon through Fri: between 10AM and 4PM.
Please use the rear lot entrance during weekday hours.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE :
RAHWAY, NEW JERSEY : As part of fall National Hispanic Heritage Celebration, Arts Guild New Jersey will present an inspiring exhibition of contemporary Latino art entitled: WE ARE YOU PROJECT INTERNATIONAL from September 9 to October 4, 2012. The opening reception for the exhibit will be held on Sunday, September 9 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM and is open to all. Admission is Free and light refreshments will be served…
RAHWAY, NEW JERSEY : As part of fall 2012 National Hispanic Heritage Celebration, Arts Guild New Jersey will present an inspiring exhibition of contemporary Latino art entitled: WE ARE YOU PROJECT INTERNATIONAL
Pictured to the right "Hispanic Pride" painting by Jose Acosta.
From September 9 to October 4, 2012. The opening reception for the exhibit will be held on Sunday, September 9 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM and is open to all. Admission
is Free and light refreshments will be served. The exhibit will take place at Arts Guild New Jersey galleries at 1670 Irving Street Rahway, NJ…
I would like to introduce the work of Benjamin Casiano to the readers of this blog.
To the right "The Dance" by Benjamin Casiano
To learn more about Benjamin Casiano and his work please visit his site at www.benjamincasiano.net
I enjoyed viewing his art and I hope you will, Jose Acosta
About: Benjamin Casiano
- Born and raised in New York City
- BFA graduate from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn NY
- Resident of Stratford CT
- Board member at Stamford Art Association
- Raised by Puerto Rican born parents
Influence: Matisse, Modigliani, Lempicka, Rothko and De Kooning
Movement: Abstract Expressionism and Cubism
Galleries, Exhibits and Awards
- The Westport River Art Gallery in CT…
ICAF air (International Caribbean Art Fair), first debuted in New York in 2007 and 2008, is re-launching in a new format representing only contemporary Caribbean art. This new edition of the fair in the Washington DC area is scheduled for December 6-9, 2012, at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, National Harbor, MD.
ICAF air will bring to the DC-metro area a selection of the world's leading art galleries representing some of the most renowned Caribbean artists, as well as new talent, for art collectors, curators, and art lovers looking to find great art and discover what's hot in 20th and 21st century contemporary Caribbean art. These galleries and artists will present the finest original works in painting, photography, mixed-media, sculpture, installation, and video…
El Museo del Barrio, Queens Museum of Art and The Studio Museum in Harlem join forces for CARIBBEAN : CROSSROADS OF THE WORLD, a landmark exhibition exploring the history and art of the Caribbean
Multimedia exhibition to open in three venues the week of June 12, 2012, with subsequent Caribbean events and collaborations around NYC.
The exhibition will examine the visual arts and aesthetic development across the Caribbean, considering the histories of the Spanish, French, Dutch and English islands and their Diasporas. An it will highlight over two centuries of rarely-seen works from the Haitian Revolution (c. 1804) to the present…
Latino Authors & Writers Society
The Latino Authors & Writers Society is recruiting new members!
New York City, NY, May 14, 2012 Latino Authors & Writers Society was started to help aspiring and published Latino writers and members of the publishing industry get together for networking, the sharing ideas and information, for readings and support, and just for fun. They also have an annual writer's conference! Anyone and everyone are invited to join, especially those that are interested in contemporary Latino literature! Latino Authors & Writers Society meet the last Friday of every month at the Deja Vu Booklounge located at E.112 th Street and Lexington Avenue in Manhattan, starting at 6:30pm…
La Orquesta de Los Taino will perform at Jose Acosta Event!
This Saturday May 5, 2012 at the Arts Society of Kingston New York, 97 Broadway from 5 to 8 pm La Orquesta de Los Taino will be performing their music for all guests to enjoy at the Cuban American Art Exhibition by Jose Acosta. La Orquesta de Los Taino is one of the most famous Latin music bands in all the Hudson Valley and once you hear their music you will know why.
Jose Acosta's 2007 solo art exhibit at the Arts Society of Kingston broke all attendance records with over 400 guests attending that event…
RE-EVOLUTION CUBAN ARTISTS SOMEWHERE NORTH
Pictured to the right 3-D painting by Jesus Rivera.
Yesterday April 12, 2012 I had the great honor of attending RE-EVOLUTION CUBAN ARTISTS SOMEWHERE NORTH at Chashama 655 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10017 (between 41 & 42nd Street) I enjoyed the art exhibition very much and was very impressed with the work of these 5 Cuban Artists who live in the United States and in Canada. Following is the list of the artists participating.
Cesar Alfonso (USA)
Jesus Rivera (USA)
Agustin Rolando Rojas (Canada)
Raul Villarreal (USA)
The exhibition has a wonderful mix of art from paintings in 3-D to constructions, photography and prints…
New Art Selection Exhibit at ABRO Gallery
Program: Wynwood Arts District Second Saturday Art Walk
Pictured to the right painting "Small Church" by Jose Acosta
ABRO Gallery owned by the famous artist Ada Balcacer will be hosting a new event
called New Art Selections. Opening reception is Saturday, April 14, 2012
From 7 to 11pm…
We Are You Project Opening Reception
Yesterday Sunday March 18, 2012 I had the honor to participate and attend the opening reception of the We Are You Project at Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba in NYC.
Pictured to the right Artists Raul Villarreal, Joe Overstreet and Jose Acosta.
I enjoyed the art exhibit and the music and singing that were all part of the program. My friend and fellow artist Jose Rodeiro was great in that he introduced me to many fellow artists that I did not already know and also to many of the distinguished guests that attended this event. One of the organizers of the event Robert Rosado was also kind enough to introduce me to many distinguished guests…
RE: The WE ARE YOU PROJECT POETRY READING
SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 2012 from 3:00-6:00 PM
WILMER JENNINGS GALLERY AT KENKELEBA
219 East 2nd Street, New York, NY 10009
FOR : IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The We Are You Project Poetry Reading on Saturday, April 7 from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm is free and open to the public.
NEW YORK CITY : As part of the WE ARE YOU PROJECT inaugural exhibition of Latino Art, a Poetry Reading will be presented on Saturday, April 7, 2012 and will feature poems related to the We Are You Project. The Reading will be moderated by Dr. Carlos Hernandez, President of New Jersey City University, who will also introduce the eight presenters. The poets include Alan Britt, Carmen D…
Letters to Autumn
My son Jonah Acosta is the lead singer for the band Letters to Autumn. They have a new single that will be released soon and I wanted to share it with all my friends on this blog.
Please click on link below to here the Demo I hope you enjoy.
Pictured to the right my Super Star son Jonah Acosta lead singer for Letters to Autumn.
Letters to Autumn Members: Jonah Acosta-Lead Vocals, Brandon Mohamed-Guitar/Vocals, Finn Lovell-Lead Guitar, Bryan Corns -Bass , Tori Marsella Keys/samples/vox
Hispanic Art Market 2012
I can easily predict that we will have a very strong Hispanic Art Market in 2012.
Pictured to the right "Flying Carpet" by Jose Acosta
In 2011 Art Collectors from all over the world realized how undervalued the Hispanic Art Market has been and decided to add many Master Works to their collections. Latin American Art Auctions in New York broke many records and many artists work sold for over One Million Dollars. The Hispanic Art Fairs were well attended and also had record sales. Many of the works that would have found homes in America are now purchased by Latin American Collectors and European Collectors. The Market is very strong for well known names like Fernando Botero, Rufino Tamayo, Diego Rivera and Wilfredo Lam…
Congratulations to Hispanic Artists participating at Art Basel 2011
I would like to congratulate all Artists, Art Galleries, Collectors, and Art Enthusiasts who will attend or participate in Art Basel Miami Beach in December 2011. I hope the Art Basel Miami Beach Fairs and all the surrounding Fairs and Events will have a fantastic turn out. I am unable to attend the events this year as I will be hanging my solo exhibit at Fairleigh Dickinson University but I am glad to have 12 paintings in Miami that will be part of the fairs and events going on in Miami this week. I also have many Artist Friends that will participate in the main event and the surrounding fairs and I wish them lots of Success and Sales…
Rafael Hernandez-Sylvia Rexach Festival 2011
The Association for Puerto Rican -- Hispanic Culture, Inc. in partnership with Comite Noviembre presents their annual concert of Puerto Rican composers.
Performers: Julito Cuevas Y Su Trio Los Platinos, Julio Rosaly and Carmen D. Lucca.
At Comite Noviembre's 6th Annual Puerto Rican Artisans Fair & Exhibit. Saturday, November 19, 2011 at 3:30 pm at Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture (Third floor gymnasium) 450 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY The Association for Puerto Rican -- Hispanic Culture, Inc's programs are Free to the public. Info: email@example.com or 718-367-0780…