School of Art + Art History alumnus Miguel Luciano (BFA ’97, MFA ’00) opened his solo exhibition “Ride or Die” at BRIC House in Brooklyn on Wednesday, February 1. The exhibition, which features works that focus on the Puerto Rican bicycle culture present in New York City, and the relationship between Puerto Rico and the United States, ran until Sunday, March 5.
Since graduating with his MFA in 2000, Luciano has gone on to have his work recognized both nationally and internationally, with exhibits across the United States, and in places like Paris, Mexico City, Moscow, and Puerto Rico, among others. His work combines the creative and the political, often focusing on the complicated cultural identity of his native-born Puerto Rico.
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Mandy McDade, “SA+AH alumnus Miguel Luciano opens solo exhibition in Brooklyn,” College of the Arts: In the Loop, Mar 15, 2017, http://arts.ufl.edu/in-the-loop/news/miguel-luciano-opens-solo-exhibition-in-brooklyn/