Rande: A Bridge Over Captain Nemo’s Haven shows 25 contemporary views on the symbol of a mythical place—Rande and the Vigo estuary.
Dates / Fechas:Wednesdays July 10, 31,August 7 & 14, 2019 Place / Lugar:La Nacional – Spanish Benevolent Society239 W 14th St New York,NY 10011Artists / Artistas:Karina Aguilera SkvirskyAmanda GutiérrezEsperanza MayobreSimone Couto Curators / Comisarios:Se habla español (SHE) Female Migrations is a program curated by Se habla español (SHE) that invites four Latin American artists who address
“The Welcomes” is an exhibition curated by James D. Fernández and Luis Argeo (authors of the book Invisible Immigrants: Spaniards in the US 1868-1945), who have spent almost ten years digitizing the family archives of descendants of Spaniards who emigrated to the US. In counterpoint with “The Goodbyes”, which highlights the sweet sorrow of partings, “The Welcomes” documents and celebrates the bitter joys of arrivals.
Artists:Raul ValverdeMariana CotCarlos Blanco ArteroAntón EguigurrenJoshua DewaneMaría HigueroMaría Perceval Graells Curator:Noelia Lecue Francia Executive Director:Robert Sanfiz More info:La Nacional – Spanish Benevolent Society La Nacional Gallery La Nacional Gallery is a cultural project that I started in 2016 with the intention of bringing back the attention to the artistic, social and historical importance of La