Art Gallery

The Latin American and Caribbean Studies center’s Art Gallery is located in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Building, Third Floor, Room N320. It has become a Long Island showcase for Latin American and Latino arts. Each semester we introduce local artists and their work to the Stony Brook community. Some of our previous exhibits included the prize-winning show “Unseen America,” documentary photography made by Latino day-workers.


Sandra Fernández (UT Austin) exhibit and talk at Latin American and Caribbean Center


WORKS AND TALK BY SANDRA C. FERNÁNDEZ. Wed. April 23 (2014), 1.00 to 2.20 pmLACC seminar/gallery, Social & Behavioral Sciences N320

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Fernández was born in Queens, New York, but grew up in Quito, Ecuador. She received her MA (1992) and MFA (1995) from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. She is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Austin where she teaches printmaking and book arts. Her photographs, prints, artist’s books and assemblages have been widely exhibited and collected in numerous cities in the US and abroad.

Photos of her visit:

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unseen poster

UNSEEN AMERICA on Long Island: A First Look is an innovative project in self-documentation of working class lives through photography; the focus here is on new Latino immigrants on Long Island:



Latin American and Caribbean Studies Center
• Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794-4345  • Phone: 631.632.7517 • Fax: 631.632.9432
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