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Jose Acosta exhibits four of his paintings at the Queens Museum of Art.

by JOSE , April 19, 2010—09:23 AM

Topics: Art Gallery, Art Show, Book Expo, Contemporary Cuban Art, Cuban-American, Famous Artist., Hot Cuban Art, Jose Acosta, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, New Cuban Art., Queens Museum of Art

Jose Acosta exhibits four of his paintings at the Queens Museum of Art.

The Immigrant Heritage Week/ Semana de la Herencia del Inmigrante

New York City Celebrates IMMIGRANT HERITAGE WEEK 2010 NY Book Fair was chosen to create this event for Immigrant Heritage Week 2010.

Opening event was Thursday April 15 at the Queens Museum of Art and went through Sunday April 18, 2010. Three Hispanic Artists were chosen to participate in this event and their paintings were displayed at the Queens Museum of Art they were Jose Acosta, Marianne Sagbini and Hugo Sandoval. There was also Poetry readings and lectures by Adriana Devers, Madelin Longoria and Laura Ovierto. There was music and other entertainment related to the Mask and Dance celebration in culture. There was a book release "Impromptus en la isla" by Gustavo Arango and a Documentary "Papel" by Carlos Freire.

I enjoyed the event very much and thank all who attended with special thanks to the Artists, Museum and Gallery Directors who attended. I would like to thank Mayor Bloomberg and his staff, The Queens Museum of Art and staff. I am also very grateful to Jorge Mora and Jacqueline Donado for inviting me to participate in this event.

Cuban American Artist Jose Acosta



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