Arnaldo Roche: Brotherhood/Hermandad

17Nov08


Unlikely to be Fulfilled, 2007

Unlikely to be Fulfilled, 2007/ Improbable que esto me llene, 2007 Oil on canvas, 4’ x 3’
Courtesy of Walter Otero Gallery, Puerto Rico

Currently on view at molaa is Arnaldo Roche: Brotherhood/Hermandad, the first solo exhibition by the Puerto Rican artist, Arnaldo Roche on the West Coast. The exhibition features 20 large-scale paintings created between 2002-2007.

Arnaldo Roche is recognized as the preeminent post-expressionist painter of Puerto Rico. Trained in the United States, Roche studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago during the 1980s where he quickly earned U.S. attention for his art. He continued to develop his artistic career in Puerto Rico and has received international acclaim. His art is included in major museum collections around the world.

Here’s a story that ran in the Press Telegram about the Roche exhibition.

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