Longwood Art Gallery At Hostos

Bronx Council for the Arts
Sandra Cordero. Soils and Subsoils No.6, From the series Planeta Sandra (2018) Collage
Rigo Peralta, Untitled (2022) Acrylic on Canvas, 80”X 120”


Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture, in collaboration with the Bronx Council on the Arts, presents the 2022 edition of the New York Latin American Art Triennial at the Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos, one of seven venues for this city-wide exhibition produced by the Bronx Hispanic Festival. The Triennial explores Abya Yala – a name used by millions of indigenous peoples to represent the entire American Continent - from Alaska in the north to Tierra del Fuego in the south. The artworks are based on this name - Abya Yala - a symbol of identity and respect for the roots of American indigenous peoples and used as starting point to explore the direct connection between the original practices inherited from our ancestors and contemporary art. Artists whose work is exhibited at Longwood are from Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, México, Perú and Puerto Rico.

Luis Stephenberg

Alexis Mendoza

Jessica Alazraki | Oscar Azula | Tari Beroszi | Jeannette Betancourt Díaz | Alvaro Gabriel Diaz-Rodriguez
Elvia Espejo Bel Falleiros & Renata Cruz | Ricardo Fuentealba-Fabio | Luis González Palma | Franklin Graulau
Pablo Helguera | Pablo Medina | Katherine Patiño Miranda | Rigo Peralta | Carlos Rancie Tanaca
Francine Secretan | Garvin Sierra

Public Events

Opening Reception
Wednesday, October 5, 5pm – 8pm

RSVP Here to attend the Opening

Public Art Talk
Date & Time TBD

Closing Reception
Wednesday, December 21, 6pm – 8 pm

Phone: (718) 518-6728 E-mail: longwood@bronxarts.org

The New York Latin American Art Triennial (NYLAAT) is dedicated to organizing exhibitions and cultural programming through New York City to promote our Latin American culture. These exhibitions are intended to provide diverse educational programs that allow a place to engage with contemporary art expressions and investigate a deeper understanding of its role in society. We believe in the fundamental role of education and advocacy through art and in the preservation of the artistic and historic cultural legacies of the Latin American and Caribbean region.

Visit www.nylaat.org for full schedule of events and list of presenting organizations. Follow NYLAAT on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @nylaat_org

For more information on events and programs please visit www.bronxarts.org