ICAA Researcher: Taína Caragol×
  • "Magnet - New York": conceptual, performance, environmental, and installation art by latin american artists in New York
    Stellweg, Carla
    In this article, scholar Carla Stellweg discusses the position of New York as the world art center during the 1960s and ‘70s, which attracted many artists from Latin America who came eager to experience its artistic effervescence firsthand. Through [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 841710

  • Culture in the battleground : from nationalist to Pan-Latino projects
    Dávila, Arlene M., 1965-
    Written by Puerto Rican anthropologist Arlene Dávila, this article analyzes the reasons for the still subordinated position of Latin culture in New York’s artistic and cultural landscape, despite the relative popularity of Latin American art since [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 841288

  • Latinizing culture : art, museums, and the politics of U.S. multicultural encompassment
    Dávila, Arlene M., 1965-
    This article written by Puerto Rican anthropologist Arlene Dávila, analyzes the debate over El Museo del Barrio’s change in mission from a grassroots organization concerned with the empowerment of Puerto Ricans to a museum of Latin American art. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 841307

  • Living Borders/Buscando America : languages of Latino self-formation
    Flores, Juan; Yudice, George
    Written at a time when the United States’ English-only movement was expanding, this article examines the construct of Latino identity in its social, political and aesthetic dimensions, through the struggle over language. The authors discuss [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 841662

  • Tenth Anniversary of Taller Boricua- Vaya!
    Casiano, Américo
    This tenth anniversary article, written by Nuyorican poet Americo Casiano, recounts the origins of Taller Boricua [Puerto Rican Workshop] as a visual arts organization born from the need to decentralize the dissemination of art from major New York [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 841691

  • The special case of Puerto Rico
    Benítez, Marimar
    In this article, Puerto Rican art historian Marimar Benítez addresses Puerto Rico’s twentieth-century art production made on the Island and in the United States as torn between the quest for a national artistic expression and that which embraces [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 841269