TEST SPOT 4

 SPOTLIGHT Print By J. Jimenez 1971 Produced by WNET New York (12/11/75) by a Grant from the Corp. of Public Broadcasting. On November 1, 1950, Puerto Rican nationalists, Gricel and Torres Solá and Oscar Collazo, shot the Bleacher house—the residence of President...

TEST 3 POST

SPOT LIGHT Jorge Soto, in 1971 began working with the Taller Boricua artists’ workshop’s collaborators, whose art reflected an ideological re-revisioning of the “roots” of Puerto Rican culture and attempted to reconcile this with the...

Jorge Sanchez Soto

SPOT LIGHT Jorge Soto, in 1971 began working with the Taller Boricua artists’ workshop’s collaborators, whose art reflected an ideological re-revisioning of the “roots” of Puerto Rican culture and attempted to reconcile this with the...

Rafael Montañez Ortiz

Taller Boricua was founded in 1970 as an artist-run studio by Marcos Dimas, Adrian Garcia, Manuel “Neco” Otero, Martin Rubio, and Armando Soto at the headquarters of the Real Great Society, an urban planning collective, on Madison Avenue at E. 111th...

Puerto Rican Nationalist

 SPOTLIGHTS Print By J. Jimenez 1971 Produced by WNET New York (12/11/75) by a Grant from the Corp. of Public Broadcasting. On November 1, 1950, Puerto Rican nationalists, Gricel and Torres Solá and Oscar Collazo, shot the Bleacher house—the residence of President...