Conversation: David Ungerleider, S.J. & Antonio Martorell

Loas 31

Thursday, October 4
516 ARTS

Join David Ungerleider, S.J. and Antonio Martorell for an intimate conversation in the gallery. Ungerleider is the author of Fiestas de Santiago Apóstal en Loiza: LA Cultura Afro-Puertoriqueña ante de los Procesos de Hibridación y Globalización, a board member of Lannan Foundation, and a Tijuana-based Jesuit priest in the tradition of liberation theology. Martorell is a printmaker, painter, draftsman, installation artist, stage and costume designer, writer, illustrator and teacher. One of the most prolific Puerto Rican artists of the late twentieth and early 21st century, Martorell is a direct heir of the graphic tradition initiated by the masters of the island’s “Fifties Generation.” He established the Alacrán Studio, one of Puerto Rico’s first independent print studios and has taught printmaking in Puerto Rico, Argentina, Colombia and Mexico.  


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 Image: Antonio Martorell, from the Loas Project