Use of original papers requires an appointment and is limited to the Archives' Washington, D.C., Research Center.
Teaching files, artists' files, two scrapbooks, photographs, works of art including a sketchbook and two altered book sculptures, printed material, and an artifact relating to artist Angel Suarez Rosado.
Artists' files relate to Justin McCarthy, Vidal Rosario, and Daniel Rojas, friends and colleagues of Suarez Rosado.
Angel Suarez Rosado papers, 1978-2010. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Angel Suarez Rosado (1957- ) is an altar maker, sculptor, mask maker, painter, and educator in Easton, Pennsylvania. Angel Suarez Rosado moved to New York City from Cayeye, Puerto Rico as a young adult and was active in New York. Suarez Rosado currently teaches classes at the Crayola Factory, Easton, Pennsylvania.
Donated 2015 by Angel Suarez Rosado.
Latino and Latin American
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