A solo exhibition of new work by Puerto Rican artist, educator and social scientist José Buscaglia, which features paintings, sculptures and texts commenting on the legacy of colonialism and the history of oppression in the Caribbean, the Americas and Africa.

Also on view, in the Project Room, is "Plaza de la Identidad: Public Art Under House Arrest," an installation of Buscaglia’s 2003 public work commissioned by the Puerto Rican legislature, which until recently was kept in storage because its themes were considered unfit for public display.

The gallery, at Hostos Community College, is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.