Now On View in THE BRONX – New exhibition curated by EN FOCO, INC. brings decades-spanning selection of works by New York-based Puerto Rican social documentary photographer Máximo Rivera Colón. The works are monuments to human solidarity, struggle, and endurance at their most frontal and intimate. Shuttling back and forth in time and place, Colón’s extraordinary photos remind us that every social good is the outcome of repetitive, gradual, and loving labor. ARTIST TALK & RECEPTION: Thursday, January 16 at 5:00 PM.
Now On View in THE BRONX – First U.S. exhibition of recent digital works by Puerto Rican master painter, printmaker, and graphic designer Rafael Rivera Rosa, and related screening of documentary film MIRADA EXTENDIDA by Juan Carlos García Padilla. Both the artist and the filmmaker will be present at opening night event. Co-presented with Bronx Film Wednesdays and Prime Latino Media.
September 11, 2019 in THE BRONX – Real-time screening of large scale video installation by net.art pioneer Wolfgang Staehle, presented in partnership with the 9/11 Memorial & Museum and in observance of the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Video will start at 8:00 am and will show the entire course of the day, with the planes crashing at 8:46 am and 9:03 am, followed by the aftermath, running until sundown. Live music improvisation featuring Edsel Gómez, on piano, and Iván Renta, on saxophone, at 6pm. FREE event. Seating is limited — RSVP now!
June 3 to July 31, 2015 at 6PM German Pérez’s AMEN DE MARIPOSAS exhibit reception. Dominican artist German Pérez brings his acclaimed exhibit inspired by the Mirabal Sisters to Pregones as part of our “10 on WALTON” Bronx Anniversary celebration. [tab:ABOUT] We are proud to kick-off our “10 on WALTON” Bronx Anniversary celebration with the…
FREE ONLINE – Now On View – Earlier this year, Pregones/PRTT installed an exhibition of large photographs from Bronx maverick Joe Conzo. The selection corresponds to his formative years, when he had insider access to the electrifying behind-the-scenes universe of Afro Latin music and the sensation known as Salsa. This digital gallery picks up where we left off, and features nuggets of history from and about the photographer, his family, and their artist circle. Presented in conjunction with Episode 1 of new SPOTLIGHT series. — VIEW NOW!
FREE – In Person! June 19 to September 17, 2021 – A new art exhibit by Bronx artist David Hernaíz Concepción, created in collaboration with performer Julia Gutiérrez-Rivera, exploring the fleeting and nuanced expressions of a dancer’s performance of Afro-Puerto Rican Bomba music. Opening celebration with live music, and a special panel on the intersection of visual arts, cultural activism, and performance. Free admission. On view through September 17, 2021.