Afro-Caribbean Gothic

By José Morillo

Growing up you remember your mom speaking in Spanish to family back home in the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Florida on the phone. She was always speaking to someone back home on the phone in Spanish, even when storms have knocked the power out.

The resplendent vibrant painting of the Dominican countryside filled with colorful tin roof houses, wicker baskets, huge wooden pilons, tienditas, farm animals, palm trees and…

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