Museo de arte contemporaneo de puerto rico: Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico

Revitalizing Through the Arts: Meet Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico

Flamboyan is working closely with twelve arts organizations on the island to preserve, amplify, and sustain the arts in Puerto Rico with an additional round of grantees to be announced this summer. This series will spotlight all twelve Arts Fund grantee organizations.


Revitalizing Through the Arts: Meet Puerto Rico Museum of Contemporary Art

The Puerto Rico Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC) is a vibrant space where islanders and visitors alike can come to connect with others to appreciate art and performances. The Museum not only houses an impressive collection of art, it also brings artists and people together. Ten days after Hurricane María struck the island in September of 2017, the Museum opened its doors to the community to bring people together for the first time since the storm. It makes art part of the daily lives of the communities it serves.

Founded in 1984 in collaboration between artists and philanthropists, the MAC has been instrumental in the preservation, documentation and promotion of art produced since 1940 in Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, Latin America and its diasporas. Throughout the year, the Museum organizes thematic exhibitions of its collection while presenting temporary exhibitions of local and foreign artists; it offers a varied program of multidisciplinary activities like concerts, film screenings and theater shows to poetry and contemporary dance.

To find out more about this dynamic museum, continue reading below.


What’s the story behind the creation of the Puerto Rico Museum of Contemporary Art?

The MAC was founded and incorporated as a nonprofit organization on October 1984. All its collections belong to the people of Puerto Rico. The vision of the artists was fundamental when creating the museum and it was conceptualized as a place to foster multidisciplinary experiences open to all art and contemporary culture expressions.

After its incorporation, the MAC offered its services in public spaces like Plaza Las Américas (a mall) until Sacred Heart University (Universidad del Sagrado Corazón) gave the museum a provisional space at its Magdalena Sofía Barat building. The MAC was able to develop its programs further from there for the next 15 years. After years of looking for a permanent space for the MAC, the government conceded the museum the use of the historic Rafael M. Labra building on October 2002.

 

Can you describe part of the work the Museum does?

As published in an article by the Mellon Foundation, the Puerto Rico Museum of Contemporary Art is conceived as a hybrid institution: a space of production and creation as well as of research, exhibition, and conservation. The museum’s leadership believes that an interdisciplinary focus is essential for a museum dedicated to contemporary art and that our audiences should participate directly in the process of art to consolidate their contemporary art education, as contemporary art is characterized by its emphasis on process and on the construction and exhibition of artworks and interventions.

For these reasons the MACPR has been actively commissioning art since 2009. Through their intra- and extramural residency programs such as Taller Vivo (Live Workshop) and El MAC en el Barrio (MAC in the Barrio), we have given continuity to our commitment to act as an observatory of new aesthetics and to encourage the systematic study and analysis of convergent artistic disciplines. Through both these programs as well as through our exhibition and education programs, we consistently (in spite of limited funding) provide work opportunities for artists through commissioned projects and by engaging them as workshop facilitators, speakers, and more.

MAC in el Barrio, an initiative now in Santurce, Río Piedras, Guaynabo and Cataño, commissions multidisciplinary artist residencies developed in communities to “give voice to marginalized social sectors using art as a fundamental support mechanism for social justice processes”. The museum organizes exhibitions and an educational program (art seminars for teachers, workshops for students and the general public). MAC also acts as a respected venue for various forms of performing arts (music, dance, theater) and performance art – currently hosting a two-year performance art incubator for 20 artists in collaboration with Northwestern University. It has a longstanding partnership with its neighboring school and incorporates university students through independent projects. Among other projects, MAC has an interest in launching a sustainable cultural tourism initiative that fairly represents communities and benefits artists and community members (training, jobs, etc.).


What was the reality of the Museum after Hurricane María and before receiving the Flamboyan Arts Fund grant?

As expressed to the Mellon Foundation by Marianne Ramírez Aponte, MAC’s Executive Director, “in the weeks after Hurricane Maria, the MAC became aware that it had moved beyond the role of an unusual art institution with intensive community engagement programming or a storage location for important artworks and archives. It had become a home—a community center and major resource for those seeking aid after the storm. It was a center for relief distribution and a place where people gathered to fill out FEMA forms. It offered an Artist Emergency Fund providing financial assistance. It offered programming to students who had lost their academic routines because of power outages and destruction caused by the hurricane, as well as art therapy and other services for families and seniors.”


How is the Museum using the funds it received?

The MAC is currently using the funds to repair the building, buy a power generator, cover operational costs, acquire more human resources and giving grants to independent/individual artists.

 

This post concludes our 12 part series on our inaugural Arts Fund grantees! Learn more about the Arts Fund @ http://www.flamboyanartsfund.org.


Neeltje van Marrissing Méndez is the Managing Director of Communications and External Affairs in our Puerto Rico office. Learn more about her at https://flamboyanfoundation.org/team_members/neeltje-l-van-marrissing-mendez/.

 

 

 

 

 

Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico [WorldCat Identities]

Overview

Works: 137
works in
188
publications in
2
languages and
889
library holdings

Genres: Exhibition catalogs 
History 
Interviews 
Interactive multimedia 
Criticism, interpretation, etc 
Catalogs 

Roles: isb, his, Editor, Other
Classifications: N6612,
709. 2

Publication Timeline

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Most widely held works about
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico

  • Careos/relevos : 25 años del Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico by
    Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico(
    Book
    )
  • La colección permanente del Museo de Arte Contemporáneo : primera parte, Libertad y riesgo, 9 de octubre [de 2003] al 25
    de enero de 2004 : segunda parte, El papel sin fronteras, 13 de febrero al 30 de mayo de 2004 by
    Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico(
    Book
    )
  • worldcat.org/oclc/199842049″ typeof=»CreativeWork»>
    La colección permanente del Museo de Arte Contemporáneo by
    Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico(
    Book
    )
  • Careos/relevos : 25 años del Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico by
    Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico(
    Book
    )
  • COLPERMA : Selección de Obras de la Colección Permanente del Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico by
    Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico(
    Book
    )
  • worldcat.org/oclc/908032719″ typeof=»CreativeWork»>
    Carlos A. Rivera Villafañe : Manifestaciones de lo humano by Carlos A Rivera Villafañe(
    Book
    )
  • La colección permanente del Museo de Arte Contemporáneo : primera parte, Libertad y Riesgo, 9 de octubre al 25 de enero
    de 2004 ; segunda parte, El Papel sin Fronteras, 13 de febrero al 30 de mayo de 2004 by
    Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico(
    Book
    )
  • Bibliotecas de museos : estudio descriptivo de la situación actual de los centros de información del Museo de Arte de Puerto
    Rico, Museo de Arte de Ponce y Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico by
    Norma Soliana Abreu Arbelo(

    )

 

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Most widely held works by
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico

Images of silence : photography from Latin America and the Caribbean in the 80s(
Book
)
2
editions published

in
1989
in
English
and held by
64 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

Pepón Osorio : de puerta en puerta = door to door : San Juan, Puerto Rico 2000-2001 by
Pepón Osorio(
Book
)
2
editions published

in
2000
in
Spanish
and held by
44 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

Arquitectura contemporánea en Puerto Rico, 1976-1992 by
Andrés Mignucci Giannoni(
Book
)
3
editions published

in
1992
in
Spanish
and held by
35 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

Noemí Ruiz y su espacio en el tiempo by
Noemi Ruiz(
Book
)
1
edition published

in
2007
in
Spanish
and held by
35 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

Conversando con nuestros artistas by
Eneid Routté Gómez(
Book
)
2
editions published

in
1999
in
Spanish
and held by
35 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

Exposición de la colección Reyes Veray : Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 8 de agosto
a 3 de noviembre de 2008(
Book
)
1
edition published

in
2008
in
Spanish
and held by
34 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

Coreografía del error: conducta de Viveca Vázquez = A choreography of Error: Viveca Vázquez’ Conduct by
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico(
Book
)
2
editions published

in
2013
in
Spanish
and held by
24 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

Renowned Puerto Rican choreographer and dancer Viveca Vázquezœs 30-year career celebrated with a retrospective at MAC. CONDUCTA
seeks to distinguish Vázquezœs contribution to dance and theatre as well as reflect upon the connections between her body
of work and the contemporary arts in Puerto Rico. The retrospective includes a video and documentary exhibition of the artistœs
production, curated by scholar Nelson Rivera, as well as forums, artistic workshops, and as part of the MACœs Live Workshop
performances of some of Vázquezœs pieces. Artists who have collaborated with Vázquez and have been influenced by her work
and vice-versa, such as Teresa Hernández and María de Mater OœNeill, will actively participate in CONDUCTA,as well former
members of Taller de Otra Cosa (an interdisciplinary production company founded by Vázquez and now directed by Hernández),
younger performers such as José (Pepe) Alvarez, and dancers Cristina Lugo (from the Andanza dance company) and Beatriz Irizarry,
who also dance with Hincapié, a dance group directed by Petra Bravo

Mujeres artistas : protagonistas de los ochenta(
Book
)
2
editions published

in
1991
in
Spanish
and held by
23 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

«Thirty-five women artists active in Puerto Rico (most of them born in Puerto Rico) presented their works in a 1990 exhibition
shown in San Juan and Santo Domingo. Professor Myrna Rodríguez offers a clear and concise historic perspective of the situation
of the arts for women in the island up to present day. In her introduction, Dominican critic Marianne de Tolentino explains
the visual interests of each artist. Each artist is represented with a color or b/w illustration»—Handbook of Latin American
Studies, v. 58

Santurce : un libro mural by
Rafael Trelles(
Book
)
2
editions published

in
2018
in
Spanish
and held by
21 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

‘Santurce, a mural book’, is a pictorial-narrative urban intervention project created by the writer Francisco Font-Acevedo
and the painter Rafael Trelles in collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary Art of Puerto Rico — MACPR. This initiative
invites residents and visitors of Santurce to visit and appreciate the legendary neighborhood of the Puerto Rican capital
by reading twenty-two pieces of public art located in different parts of the city. It includes the publication of a book of
photographs that documents the urban installation, a documentary video by Roberto Tito Otero and an exhibition on the MAC
with the original images used in the murals. Combining history, literature and graphic arts, the mural book is an urban intervention
project that invites residents and visitors of Santurce to visit and appreciate the legendary neighborhood. Its display in
22 murals, which recreate in image and word the historical imaginary of Santurce, allows the pedestrian, according to the
order of his predilection, to build his own book. In this interactive way, reading the mural book and touring the capital’s
neighborhood results in a doubly enriching experience. From the installation of the mural book derives: a) the edition of
a book of photographs that documents the installation on the street; b) an exhibition of the original images used in the murals,
in the Museum of Contemporary Art; c) a web page that documents the Project, while inviting the cybernetic visitor to build
their virtual version of Santurce, a mural book. This Project is the fruit of the conceptualization and synergic creation
of the writer Francisco Font Acevedo and the painter Rafael Trelles, with the support of the Puerto Rican Foundation of the
Humanities, the Francisco Carvajal Foundation and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Puerto Rico

Arte contemporáneo de Puerto Rico : 60 años de producción artística en dos discos compactos interactivos(

)
4
editions published

between
2003
and
2004
in
Spanish
and held by
21 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

An interactive journey through Puerto Rican artistic production from 1940 to 1999, placed in the context of the political,
social and cultural development of those years. The first disc includes an audio- guided virtual tour through the Museo de
Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico, with detailed information on many of the works seen and biographical information, with
photographs, of the artists who produced them. A background article on Puerto Rican art is included, as are audio interviews
with various artists. The second disc is devoted to an extensive chronology relating Puerto Rican art to major political,
social and cultural events of the period. A bibliography, a glossary of terms and access to cultural World Wide Web sites
are also provided.?

Santurce y 8 crónicas de viaje(
Book
)
1
edition published

in
2018
in
Spanish
and held by
20 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

Azul by
Arnaldo Roche-Rabell(
Book
)
2
editions published

in
2009
in
Spanish
and held by
17 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

El maestro Rolando López Dirube : 40 años de labor creativa : 24 de enero al 29 de marzo de 1997, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo
de Puerto Rico by
Rolando López Dirube(
Book
)
3
editions published

in
1996
in
Spanish
and held by
15 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

Premio Casa Candina : VI Bienal de la Cerámica Contemporánea Puertorriquenã 1999 : Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto
Rico, 20 de agosto, 15 de octubre by Bienal de la Cerámica Contemporánea Puertorriqueña(
Book
)
3
editions published

in
1999
in
Spanish
and held by
15 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

NosOtros : la humanidad al borde by
David LaChapelle(
Book
)
1
edition published

in
2011
in
Spanish
and held by
15 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

Puerto Rico : puerta al paisaje by
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico(
Book
)
3
editions published

in
2015
in
Spanish
and held by
15 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

José Morales : pintura y borradura : 18 de noviembre de 1994 al 3 de febrero 1995 : Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto
Rico by
José Morales(
Book
)
1
edition published

in
1994
in
Spanish
and held by
14 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

Domingo García : obra selecta en 50 años : 5 de noviembre de 1999 al 19 de febrero de 2000 by
Domingo García(
Book
)
1
edition published

in
1999
in
Spanish
and held by
14 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

100 en la sien : 10 artistas ante el 98(
Book
)
3
editions published

in
1998
in
Spanish
and held by
13 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

Oscar Mestey Villamil : contramuro, obra 1975-2010 by
Oscar Mestey Villamil(
Book
)
3
editions published

in
2012
in
Spanish
and held by
13 WorldCat member

libraries

worldwide

Oscar Mestey Villamil: Contramuro, obra 1975-2010 es la publicación acompañante de la exhibición homónica organizada por
el Museo de Arte Contemporánea de Puerto RIco, San Juan, Puerto Rico

 

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Related Identities

  • Rodríguez, Bélgica 1941-
  • Bronx Museum of the Arts
  • Museum of Modern Art of Latin America
  • Ramos Collado, Lilliana Publishing director
  • Ramírez Aponte, Marianne Publishing director
  • Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico (San Juan, P. R.)
  • Escuela de Artes Plásticas de Puerto Rico
  • Museo de San Juan (San Juan, P.R.)
  • Osorio, Pepón
  • Benítez, Marimar

Associated Subjects

Architecture Architecture, Modern Art Art, Caribbean Art, Latin American Art, Modern Art, Puerto Rican Artists Art pottery, Puerto Rican Art—Private collections Arts—Experimental methods Choreographers Dance Dirube, Rolando López, García, Domingo, Installations (Art) LaChapelle, David Landscapes in art Latin America Manners and customs Mestey Villamil, Oscar, Morales, José, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico Museum libraries Osorio, Pepón Outdoor art Painting, Abstract Painting, Puerto Rican Photography Photography, Artistic Puerto Rico Puerto Rico—San Juan Puerto Rico—San Juan—Santurce Reyes, Vionnette Veray de Reyes Casanova, Otto Octavio Roche-Rabell, Arnaldo, Ruiz, Noemi, Travel Trelles, Rafael, Vázquez, Viveca Women artists

Alternative Names

Contemporary Art Museum of Puerto Rico

MAC

Museo de Arte Contemporáneo

Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Puerto Rico

Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (San Juan, P. R.)

Museo de Arte Contemporáneo San Juan, Puerto Rico

Museu d’Art Contemporani de Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico Museum of Contemporary Art (San Juan)

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(54)
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(2)

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“The most, the most…” graphics by Martin Garcia Rivera – Museum of Fine Arts of the Republic of Karelia

Martin Garcia Rivera. There are more than 30 works by this author in our collection, the largest of which is «Animinchin» reaches the size of a sheet of 3895×152 cm. Such large formats for woodcuts are very rare, not only in Russia, but also in the world.

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Fragment of Intolerance (Fragmento de Intolerancia). 1995.
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