Archive | September, 2010

John Gascot: Latin Pop Shop

John spent the first twelve years of his life in Puerto Rico, a fact to which he attributes his love of bold color. His work, in particular the Latin Pop series, combines the visual, literal, lyrical and musical. The female form dominates a vast majority of his canvases. Their bodies are curvaceous and large, but […]

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A Night of Orgullo, Poetry and Talent

Written by Victoria Cepeda It was a brisk Saturday evening in downtown Manhattan. In the backdrop, the beams of light brightened the skyline marking the 9th year since the terror attacks on the Word Trade Center as we mourned and remembered the fallen earlier that day. However, my colleague and I were on our way […]

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La Soga: Hung to Dry

I remember sometime last month there was a particular preview getting attention. It was a preview of the movie La Soga. I myself had taken a look at this preview and the movie seemed interesting. I said to myself “finally a movie from the islands which takes place in recent  times and not far into […]

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