Contact

To inquire about Roberto Lugo   please  contact:

WEXLER GALLERY // 201 NORTH 3RD STREET // PHILADELPHIA PA 19106
P: 215 923-7030 F: 215 923-703

info@wexlergallery.com

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8 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Hi. I am working with the GA Dept. of Education on putting together resources for ceramics teachers (usually in the form of PowerPoints). The hope is to provide a collection of rich and varied images from a group of artists as diverse as the communities we serve. I would very much like your permission to use images of your work in this endeavor but understand that an artist’s work is their intellectual property. Please let me know if you consent to use.
    Thank you.

  2. Good Evening , I represent photographer Barron Claiborne @bcafricanus . I am reaching out to discuss a collaboration . If you would please contact me at your convince that would be appreciated . Many thanks

  3. I’m an ESL and language arts teacher in Esperanza Academy, near Kensington in Hunting Park. I was privileged to see the documentary done by ADreamDeferred.org and was so glad to hear you speak about your experience in Kensington. We are about to read A Raisin in the Sun and my students will definitely appreciate hearing from you as we view the film.

    I reached out to our art teacher at the middle school to see if we can incorporate some of your artwork in our lesson, but also wanted to let you know what we’re up to. If you’d like, I’d be happy to pass on a message to my students who are mainly from Dominican and Puerto Rican immigrant families and/or generational residents of Feltonville.

    Thank you!
    Sarah Thomas

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