1987 Taller Boricua negotiates with the City of New York to trade space at the Heckscher building for a brownstone building, 121 E. 106th.   This building is used for studios. Taller Boricua continues… Continue reading


1988 November 19 – December 31, 1988 Inaguation of TB Gallery Brownstone Gallery at 121 East 106th Street with paintings by Hector H. Alvarez Bronx Museum organizes “The Latin Ameircan Spirit: Art and… Continue reading


Highlights Taller Boricua celebrates it 20th Anniversary with a retrospective exhibition at El Museo del Barrio. Publication of  catalog with essays by Lucy Lippard and Rafael Montanez Ortiz;  artist and scholar, Diogenes Ballester publishes a 20… Continue reading


1990 Highlights Nitza Tufino unveils ceramic Mural “Neo-Borinken” for the 103rd and Lexington Avenue Station. Lucy Lppard features Taller Bolricua in her book  Mixed Blessings: Multicultural Art in America. Exhibitions at TB 106th… Continue reading


TB Exhibitions  121 106th Street Gallery January 11 – February 15, 1991 Gloria Rodriquez  – “Forces Unseen” Paintings and Collages March 1 – April 5, 1991 Armando Soto  – “Works on Paper” April… Continue reading


1992 – Columbus Quincennial TB members renovate tenement at 1685 Lexington Avenue Exhibitions at 121 E. 106h January 27 – March 23 George Crespo:  Dreaming with God other events Juan Sanchez curates Remerica… Continue reading


1993 Taller finishes rehabbing tenement  on  1685 Lexington Avenue, a building acquired from the city  though an artist housing program..Exhibition space relocates to 1685 Lexington Ave and apartments are rented to artists; Brownstone… Continue reading


Highlights: Adal and Reverend Pedro Pietri collaborate on reviving the Puerto Rican Embasay as a performance and art installation project that examines and celebrates the quest for nationhood Puerto Rican Diaspora; The Puerto Rican Embassy… Continue reading


1995 Exhibitions at 1685 Lexington Avenue   December 2 1994– January 13, 1995 Bazzarfest:  Annual Group Invitational Group show featureing Diogenes Ballester, Juan Breton, Stacie Brown, Dina Bursztyn, Carlos Cruz, Peter Calvert, James… Continue reading