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Celebrating the rise of Hispanic contemporary artists

Enrique Chagoya’s ‘Homage to the Un-Square’ sold for $2,800 plus the buyer’s premium in May 2021 at Rago Arts and Auction Center. Image courtesy of Rago Arts and Auction Center and LiveAuctioneers

NEW YORK— The Latin-American and Hispanic art traditions are rich, incorporating some styles from Europe and the United States but largely calling upon the influences of their own cultures. Artists living in, or with a heritage linked to Cuba, Mexico, Spain, the Caribbean, Central or South America have made huge contributions to the art world. There are quite a few whose works are avidly collected by museums and bring five and six-figure sums at auction.

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