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Caja De Memoria Viva II: Constancia Colon Clemente

Caja De Memoria Viva II: Constancia Colon Clemente

This installation represents the life of Doña Constancia Colon Clemente a Black Puerto Rican who migrated to the United States in the 1940’s.
It won People's Choice awards in the Outwin Boochever 2016: American Portraiture Today exhibition at the Smithsonian Museum National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC with the largest number of votes in the exhibition’s history (over 40K votes). It also won at the Tacoma Art Museum in Tacoma, Washington.
48”(h) x 49”(w) x 48”(d) - 2010


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Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art Kansas City, Missouri 2017

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
Kansas City, Missouri
2017

Smithsonian Museum National Portrait Gallery
Washington, DC
2016

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
Kansas City, Missouri
2017

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
Kansas City, Missouri
2017

Art Museum of South Texas
Corpus Cristi, Texas
2017

Smithsonian Museum National Portrait Gallery
Washington, DC
2016

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
Kansas City, Missouri
2017

Tacoma Art Museum
Tacoma, Washington
2017

Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
2017

Constancia Colon Clemente Interview
2013