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Jose Acosta Exhibits at the Union City Art Gallery at City Hall.

by JOSE , April 9, 2010—12:00 AM

Topics: Art Gallery, Art Show, Contemporary Cuban Art, Cuban-American, Hot Cuban Art, Jose Acosta, Mayor Brian P. Stack, New Cuban Art., Qbava Gallery

Jose Acosta Exhibits at the Union City Art Gallery at City Hall.

On April 8, 2010 the Cuban American Artist Jose Acosta Exhibited 20 of his paintings at the Union City Art Gallery at City Hall in Union City, New Jersey. The event was well attended and the guest enjoyed art, music, poetry and great food.

This event was made possible by Mayor Brian P. Stack and the Board of Commissioners. The Board of Commissioners Lucio Fernandez awarded Jose Acosta a citation certificate signed by Mayor Brian P. Stack and the Board of Commissioners. The Exhibition will be up for 3 more weeks. The Union City Art Gallery at City Hall is located at 3715 Palisade Avenue in Union City New Jersey.

Among the special guests were the Board of Commissioners Lucio Fernandez and Maryury A, Martinetti. Jesus Rivera Owner of Qbava gallery, Agustin Rojas famous Cuban artist that lives in Canada but is exhibiting this moth at Qbava Gallery in Union City, New Jersey. Pablo Acosta Jose's father, Orsola Acosta Jose's wife and photographer at most of his events. Juan Ramiro Torres artist and the editor of inform Arte. Amado Mora artist and Union City art curator.

We would like to give a special thanks to Union City Mayor Brian P. Stack and its Board of Commissioners and all the staff for their support of the Arts and Artists by creating these wonderful performance and exhibitions for the whole community to enjoy. We would also like to give a special thanks to Union City Art Curator Amado Mora for all his work and dedication in helping create these great events for all to enjoy.


 

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