MURALS & PUBLIC WORKS
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LOVE LESSONSYasmin Hernandez Art
Love Lessons, 2018
Acrylic on canvas
8' x 8'
Commissioned by the Peoples Forum, NYC
Love Lessons is a meditation on the role activism and liberation have played in education and how education is a liberatory strategy.
CUCUBANACIONYasmin Hernandez Art
Outdoor mural, approx 8' x 10
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
CucubaNacion is the debut mural of Yasmin’s project of the same title, taking lessons from nature and bioluminescence, to envision and embody liberation.
REGALO DE LOS REYESYasmin Hernandez Art
El Regalo de los Reyes, 2017
Radio Raices, San Sebastián, PR
Approx 12' x 9'
Yasmin's mural in tribute to former Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar López Rivera upon his release from prison after 35 years.
BARRIO BATEYYasmin Hernandez Art
Barrio Batey, 2016
Barrio Batey superimposes an indigenous ceremonial plaza over the site of the Taino Towers in East Harlem. Created for Mi Querido Barrio, an augmented reality inaugural exhibition at the new Harlem home of the Caribbean Cultural Center/ African Diaspora Institute.
SOLDADERASYasmin Hernandez Art
Mural at the Modesto "Tin" Flores Community Garden
Lexington Avenues between 104th & 105th Streets, East Harlem, NYC.
Soldaderas is my tribute to Puerto Rican legendary poet Julia de Burgos, legendary Mexican painter Frida Kahlo and Puerto Rican/ Mexican solidarity.
MOTHERS OF THE MOTHERLESSYasmin Hernandez Art
Mothers of the Motherless, 2008
Acrylic and cowries on canvas, 10' x 10'
This work was commissioned by the Edmonia Lewis Center of Women and Transgendered People at Oberlin Collego, Oberlin, OH. It is a celebration of women and trans leaders who have nurtured their communities.
SOUL REBELSYasmin Hernandez Art
Soul Rebels installation, 2005
El Museo del Barrio
Installation on 8 panels of the Heckscher Theater doors commissioned by El Museo del Barrio for its 2005 Biennial The (S) Files. The works were created during a month-long residency at El Museo and the installation was extended beyond the exhibition, on view for a total of 16 months. Soul Rebels celebrates revolutionary musicians and poets.