FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22nd 6-9PM
OPENING RECEPTION: NOT ENOUGH SPACE
Artwork by Oscar Lopez Rivera and Carlos Alberto Torres
An Exhibition Commemorating the 25th Anniversary of Their Imprisonment
The National Boricua Human Rights Network presents Not Enough Space, an
exhibition of artwork by two Puerto Rican political prisoners, Carlos Alberto Torres and Oscar Lopez Rivera, who have endured 25 years of incarceration for their actions on behalf of Puerto Rican independence.
The exhibition, at The Taller Boricua from September 22nd through November
4th, includes paintings, vibrant pieces of ceramic work and a simulated jail
With Guests of Honor Dylcia Pagán, former political prisoner, and Jose
Lopez, Director of the Puerto Rican Cultural Center in Chicago and
brother of Oscar Lopez Rivera. This exhibition is sponsored by the National
Boricua Human Rights Network, and is hosted locally by The Taller Boricua at
The Julia De Burgos Latino Cultural Center.
For more information, contact the National Boricua Human Rights Network: www.boricuahumanrights.org.
What: "Not Enough Space" Exhibition
When: Friday, September 22nd through
Saturday, November 4th, 2006
Where: The Taller Boricua at The Julia De Burgos Latino Cultural Center
1680 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10029
Gallery hours: Tuesday through Saturday 12 - 6 PM, Thursday 1 - 7 PM
Opening: Friday, September 22nd, 6:00 - 9:00 PM
#6 train to 103rd Street. The Taller Boricua is located at The Julia de
Burgos Latino Cultural Center on Lexington Ave. between 105 and 106
Streets on the first floor.