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Martorell Chocolate

at Casa Cortés

The Cortés Foundation joined the celebration of the 50 years of career of the teacher Antonio “Toño” Martorell Cardona and in homage to his retrospective IMALABRA on display at the Museum of Las Américas, he felt on Thursday, November 19, 2015: “Martorell Chocolate at Casa Cortés ”. The exhibition, inspired by the photographic work on Puerto Rico at the beginning of the 20th century made by the founder of Chocolate Cortés Don Pedro Cortés Forteza, consisted of drawings, collage on paper and wood, as well as a video by the cinematographic director Paloma Suau that illustrates the elaboration of the pieces to be exhibited.

“We were honored to collaborate from our beginnings with the work team of the Museum of the Americas and its Executive Director María Ángela López-Vilella, in their educational and cultural efforts, and especially this celebration of the trajectory of an icon of Puerto Rican visual arts. ”Expressed Adelisa González-Lugo, Executive Director of the Foundation.


“Beautiful cartographies to the collective unconscious!

- Snow of Los Angeles, Cuba

"I loved it, always joy, energy, vitality."

- C. Fernández

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