Ricardo Mulero

A Place Between the Natural and the Constructed

Sept. 27 – Oct. 27, 2019

Opening Reception Friday September 27, (6 – 9 pm)

Artist Talk the following day Sat. Sept. 28 at 2:30 pm

Curated by Nitza Tufiño

Mulero’s use of explosive color and geometric renditions of his visual urban landscapes brings out the beauty, and living dynamics of the city environment depicted. Inspired by the Hudson River School, Mulero has captured a modern view of the Hudson River associated with Manhattan. The artist celebrates the natural and the constructed landscapes of Manhattan, an appropriate title of the exhibition.

“The collection of paintings and drawings celebrate my unexplainable love of New York City water towers and rooftops. The selected works of art acknowledge the coming of age of roof structures and our increasing familiarity and acceptance of them as part of our urban landscape”.

Ricardo Mulero

Taller Boricua Gallery / Artist Workshop / Event Space

Located in the Julia De Burgos Latino Cultural Center 1680 Lexington Ave. New York City 10029

TUESDAYS – WEDNESDAYS 12 – 6PM THURSDAYS 1-7PM FRIDAY – SATURDAYS 12-6PM Tel. (212) 828-4333 Contact: williecorrea@tallerboricua.org

This exhibit is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the office of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. It is also supported in part by public funds from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council, Consejo Grafico and the Puerto Rican Workshop Inc.

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