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Media only: Media website: http://newsdesk.si.edu National Portrait Gallery Announces the Appointment of Taína Caragol as Curator for Latino Art and History
The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery has appointed Taína Caragol as its curator for
Latino art and history. Caragol will be responsible for acquiring artworks for the museum’s permanent
collection and is a part of the curatorial team that will produce an upcoming “Portraiture Now”
exhibition focused on contemporary portraits by Latino artists slated for 2014.
“I am thrilled to bring Taína Caragol and her experience in Latino art and history to the team at
the Portrait Gallery,” said Kim Sajet, director of the National Portrait Gallery. “The story of
America—represented in our history and art—is broad. At the Portrait Gallery, we look for ways to tell
the whole story through those who have made their mark on it.”
Caragol was most recently a consultant on academic programs for the Museo de Arte de Ponce
in Puerto Rico, where she organized a yearlong series of conferences around the painting “The Battle
of Treviño” (1878) by Francisco Oller. Previously she was the curator of education for the same
museum. She has also worked as a consultant of art and archival collections for Lord Cultural
Resources and as the Latin American bibliographer for the Museum of Modern Art Library.
Born in Puerto Rico and raised between there and France, Caragol expects to defend her
dissertation at the City University of New York in fall 2013. Her dissertation is titled “Boom and Dust:
The Rise of Latin American and Latino Art in New York Exhibition Venues and Auction Houses,
1970s–1980s.” She has focused on Latin American art from 1750 to the present for her doctoral
degree. She earned her bachelor’s degree in modern languages (French and Italian) at the University of
Puerto Rico (2000) and her master’s in French studies from Middlebury College in Vermont (2001).
Caragol is co-curator with Johanna Fernandez and Yasmin Ramírez of a forthcoming
exhibition for the Bronx Museum of the Arts about the Young Lords—Puerto Rican activists in 1960s
The National Portrait Gallery has 77 Latinos represented in its collections, including Joan
Baez, César Chávez, Miguel Covarrubias, Carolina Herrera and Pedro Martinez. The museum SI-154-2013
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previously presented two exhibitions that focused on Latino portraiture. The first, “Retratos: 2000
Years of Latin American Portraits” was organized by the National Portrait Gallery, the San Antonio
Museum of Art and El Museo del Barrio in New York City (2005). Then “Legacy: Spain and the
United States in the Age of Independence, 1763-1848,” was presented by the Portrait Gallery and the
Smithsonian Latino Center, together with the Sociedad Estatal para la Acción Cultural Exterior and the
Fundación Consejo España-Estados Unidos (2007).
The National Portrait Gallery
The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery tells the history of America through the
individuals who have shaped its culture. Through the visual arts, performing arts and new media, the
Portrait Gallery portrays poets and presidents, visionaries and villains, actors and activists whose lives
The National Portrait Gallery is part of the Donald W. Reynolds Center for American Art and
Portraiture at Eighth and F streets N.W., Washington, D.C. Smithsonian Information: (202) 633-1000.
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