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“Nostalgia for My Island: Puerto Rican Painting from the Museo de Arte de Ponce (1786-1962)”

  • Art, Arts centers
  • National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture, Humboldt Park
Waldemar Morales (1931-2010), Landscape, View of San Germán / Paisaje, vista de San Germán, 1957, oil on canvas / óleo sobre lienzo, 25 11/16” x 32,” Museo de Arte de Ponce. The Luis A. Ferré Foundation, Inc.
Waldemar Morales (1931-2010), Landscape, View of San Germán / Paisaje, vista de San Germán, 1957, oil on canvas / óleo sobre lienzo, 25 11/16" x 32," Museo de Arte de Ponce. The Luis A. Ferré Foundation, Inc.
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Time Out says

Working in partnership with the Museo de Arte de Ponce in Puerto Rico, the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture is bringing a stunning selection of paintings to Chicago—some of which have never been shown outside of Puerto Rico—for an exhibition highlighting several of the island's most important artists. Centered around three curatorial themes (“My Home,” “My People” and “My Island”), the works span from the 18th century to the first half of the 20th century, showcasing artists like José Campeche, Francisco Oller, Miguel Pou and Myrna Báez, among others. Tickets to the exhibition are free, but you might consider a small online donation to the Museo de Arte de Ponce, which is still recovering from damage sustained in a 2020 earthquake.  

Details

Address:
National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture
3015 W Division St
Chicago
Cross street:
at Humboldt Dr
Transport:
Bus: 52, 70.
Price:
Free

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