José Buscaglia Collection, 2000

Collection, 2000-006

The collection consists of a proposal for a sculptural plaza in New York City, created by the famous Puerto Rican sculptor and artist, which he presented to Centro in May 2000 to gain our support for the project. The plaza would contain three allegorical figures representing the three main cultural and ethnic groups that compose Puerto Ricans: Taíno-Arawak, Iberian-Phoenician (Hispanic-Mediterranean) and African. Included in these packets are brief bios, a curriculum vitae, images of the artist’s work and written proposals.

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