Henriquez/Arboleda Photographs



Photographs by contemporary artists are featured in the Building, Zoning, Planning and Public Works Department Conference Room on the second floor of Village Hall.

 

Quisqueya Henriquez

De la Serie: Espacios Públicos, "Arquitectura de luces", 1988
Eight images, each 20" x 24" (two shown)



Henriquez photo 1 Henriquez photo 2
 



Statement by Quisqueya Hernriquez:

"Monumental architecture usually marks the urban cartography. The viewer finds myriad ways of establishing a dialogue with the public realm.

De la Serie:  Espacios Públicos, "Arquitectura de luces", was realized in 1998. The series explores the traditional forms of the  official architecture of power.  The series takes as a reference the Lighthouse built in Santo Domingo for the 500th anniversary of the first voyage of Christopher Colombus.  The lighthouse is an actual landmark that seeks a dialogue among geographies. Its signal references a consciousness of limits and of arrival and departure."

Donated by Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz.



Cecilia Arboleda 

 

Arboleda-Key Biscayne Bridge
   Arboleda-Brickell from Key Biscayne
"Key Biscayne Bridge", 1994
Gelatin silver print 20" x 24"
  "Brickell from Key Biscayne" 1994
Gelatin silver print 20" x 24"
     

Arboleda-Road to Key Biscayne

  Arboleda-Fishing at Key Biscayne
"Road to Key Biscayne", 1994
Gelatin silver print 11" x 14"
  "Fishing at Key Biscayne", 1994 
 Gelatin silver print 11" x 14"

 

Statement by Cecilia Arboleda:

"As a photographer, it has always been my curiosity that leads me to a place and the possibility of a relationship with such place that gets me involved. My goal was ultimately a discovery, an emotional relationship with the site."

Donated by Interamerican Consulting Group, Inc.