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  • Director's statement
    Capote, Melody
    1998
    This brief statement by Melody Capote, executive director of the Caribbean Cultural Center, explains the relevance of De La Vega’s work to the mission of the Center, which is to record the history of peoples of Caribbean descent. She ponders De La [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 841624

  • Introduction
    Poston, Kem
    1998
    This introductory statement, written by Kem Poston, and an interview with New York-born artist of Puerto Rican descent, James De La Vega, is from 1998 on the occasion of his first exhibition at the Caribbean Cultural Center. Poston explains how De La [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 841587

  • Jorge Soto : portfolio
    Soto Sánchez, Jorge
    1977
    The work of Jorge Soto, an artist of Puerto Rican descent, is featured in the portfolio section of the first issue of Caribe magazine. He explains his drawings and images as incorporating symbols and meanings related to the general themes of being [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 841786

  • The need for change: The Young Lords Party
    Luciano, Felipe; Simone, Kristen; Moreno Vega, Marta
    1983
    In this issue of Caribe, dedicated to the New York-based activist group, the Young Lords Party, Dr. Marta Moreno Vega justifies their relevance to the mission of the Caribbean Cultural Center of improving the living conditions of Hispanics and people [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 842384

  • The possible role for the caribbean artist in an urban setting
    Soto Sánchez, Jorge
    1981
    In this article, Jorge Soto, an influential artist of Puerto Rican descent, discusses the condition of the Caribbean artist in an urban setting and also focuses on the social and psychological effects of colonialism. He deems colonialism as a [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 841643