Pepatián Records, 1980s

Collection, MSS 132

A South Bronx-based organization dedicated to creating, presenting and supporting contemporary multidisciplinary work from Latino and Bronx-based artists who speak to and from the Afro-Caribbean-Latino identity of the South Bronx. Originally founded by Pepón Osorio (visual artist, MacArthur Fellow), Merián Soto (Bessie award-winning choreographer) and Patricia Bradshaw (choreographer/ dancer) as an artist collective in 1983. The collection includes a binder with information on Merián Soto’s choreographic career and 10 videocassettes featuring her choreographic work.

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