Arte abstracto | Congreso de artistas abstractos de Puerto Rico
Date 1984
Dimensions 23" x 17"
Category Poster
Medium Silkscreen on paper
Genre Abstract
Period 20th Century
Collection Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico

Lope Max Díaz

"Arte abstracto | Congreso de artistas abstractos de Puerto Rico" (1984)



Painter, printmaker and professor. Completed his Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from the University of Puerto Rico in 1966, and his Master of Arts at Hunter College, New York, United States in 1971. He was an Instructor in the Fine Arts Department at the University of Puerto Rico from 1974 to 1984, and afterwards became Assistant Professor of Design at the School of Architecture at said university (1984-1988). Subsequently, in 1988, he relocated to North Carolina State University, College of Design as a Professor of Design Fundamentals and of Painting, remaining on the Faculty until 2009. He has been recipient of several awards and honors in the United States and Puerto Rico. He also has served as a juror in major artistic events in and out of the country and as member of grant funding panels such as the Raleigh Arts Commission, in North Carolina, the North Carolina Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts in Washington, DC, the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation in Baltimore, Maryland, among others. He exhibits his paintings regularly throughout the southeastern region of the United States, as well as in Puerto Rico.