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Miguel Antonio Horn. Photographed by Samantha Laub for AL DÍA News. 

Miguel Antonio Horn, artista local de raíces colombianas y venezolanas, estará instalando una escultura innovadora y contemporánea interpuesta en la rampa tipo puente de la 12th y Cuthbert Street, a nivel del Reading Terminal Market y el Centro de Convenciones de Pennsylvania. Horn será uno de los pocos artistas latinos en tener una pieza de arte público emplazada permanentemente en Filadelfia, epicentro artístico que compite con ciudades como París y Nueva York.

 

ContraFuerte: Concibiendo una Escultura Urbana

 11/27/2017 - 14:39
Miguel Antonio Horn. Photographed by Samantha Laub for AL DÍA News. 

Miguel Antonio Horn, artista local de raíces colombianas y venezolanas, estará instalando una escultura innovadora y contemporánea interpuesta en la rampa tipo puente de la 12th y Cuthbert Street, a nivel del Reading Terminal Market y el Centro de Convenciones de Pennsylvania. Horn será uno de los pocos artistas latinos en tener una pieza de arte público emplazada permanentemente en Filadelfia, epicentro artístico que compite con ciudades como París y Nueva York.

 

ContraFuerte: Conceiving an Urban Sculpture

 11/27/2017 - 09:00
Miguel Antonio Horn. Photographed by Samantha Laub for AL DÍA News. 

Miguel Antonio Horn, local artist with Colombian and Venezuelan roots, will be installing an innovative and contemporary sculpture interposed in the bridge-like ramp on 12th and Cuthbert Street, down by Reading Terminal Market and the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Horn will be one of the few Latino artists to have a piece of public art permanently located in Philadelphia, an artistic hub that rivals the likes of Paris and New York.

 

Open Your Eyes: A South Philly Gallery Celebrates Latin American Art for Nearly 50 Years

 08/04/2017 - 15:53
One of the many multihued and adorned walls of Eye's Gallery. Photographed by Mónica Marie Zorrilla. 

If the cliché rings true and the eyes really are the window to the soul, then "Eye's Gallery" on 402 South Street has been the enchanting window to Latin American, Moroccan, and Indian folklore since 1968. The love child of Julia and her husband, the renowned "Magic Gardens" creator Isaiah, the gallery's origins are wondrous like its contents.