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Roberto Juarez
Born 1952 in Chicago, IL
Lives and works in New York, NY, and Miami Beach, FL
Caminito, Gloria/Little Road, Gloria, 1995
from the suiteThey Entered the Road
peat moss, rice paper, charcoal, acrylic paint, and urethane varnish on canvas
112 x 225 inches
Bebe and Crosby Kemper Collection
Gift of the William T. Kemper Charitable Trust
1997.13.2
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Painter and printmaker Juarez created the suite They Entered the Road to honor the memories of five of his intimates: his sister, her daughter, and three close friends who died of AIDS. The five immense paintings are spectacles of the wonder, enchantment, and peace we may derive from the natural world. Juarez creates sites of ethereal grace where nature's abundance–flowers, fruits and natural materials–may encourage us to reflect on our passage through the physical world into another.


Roberto Juarez
Born 1952 in Chicago, IL
Lives and works in New York, NY, and Miami Beach, FL
Gone to Italy/Se Fue a Italia, 1995
from the suite They Entered the Road
peat moss, rice paper, charcoal, acrylic paint, and urethane varnish on canvas
79 1/2 x 234 3/4 inches, triptych
Bebe and Crosby Kemper Collection
Gift of the William T. Kemper Charitable Trust
1997.13.4a–c
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Painter and printmaker Juarez created the suite They Entered the Road to honor the memories of five of his intimates: his sister, her daughter, and three close friends who died of AIDS. The five immense paintings are spectacles of the wonder, enchantment, and peace we may derive from the natural world. Juarez creates sites of ethereal grace where nature's abundance–flowers, fruits and natural materials–may encourage us to reflect on our passage through the physical world into another.


Roberto Juarez
Born 1952 in Chicago, IL
Lives and works in New York, NY, and Miami Beach, FL
Granny Apples, 1995
from the suite They Entered the Road
peat moss, rice paper, charcoal, acrylic paint, and urethane varnish on canvas
112 x 225 inches
Bebe and Crosby Kemper Collection
Gift of the William T. Kemper Charitable Trust
1997.13.1
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Painter and printmaker Juarez created the suite They Entered the Road to honor the memories of five of his intimates: his sister, her daughter, and three close friends who died of AIDS. The five immense paintings are spectacles of the wonder, enchantment, and peace we may derive from the natural world. Juarez creates sites of ethereal grace where nature's abundance–flowers, fruits and natural materials–may encourage us to reflect on our passage through the physical world into another.



Roberto Juarez
Born 1952 in Chicago, IL
Lives and works in New York, NY, and Miami Beach, FL
Kissing Angel Fish/Pez Angel Besador, 1995
from the suite They Entered the Road
peat moss, rice paper, charcoal, acrylic paint, and urethane varnish on canvas
96 x 260 inches, triptych
Bebe and Crosby Kemper Collection
Gift of the William T. Kemper Charitable Trust
1997.13.5a–c
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Painter and printmaker Juarez created the suite They Entered the Road to honor the memories of five of his intimates: his sister, her daughter, and three close friends who died of AIDS. The five immense paintings are spectacles of the wonder, enchantment, and peace we may derive from the natural world. Juarez creates sites of ethereal grace where nature's abundance–flowers, fruits and natural materials–may encourage us to reflect on our passage through the physical world into another.


Roberto Juarez
Born 1952 in Chicago, IL
Lives and works in New York, NY, and Miami Beach, FL
Smart Dana/Agudo Dana, 1995
from the suite They Entered the Road
peat moss, rice paper, charcoal, acrylic paint, and urethane varnish on canvas
112 x 230 inches, diptych
Bebe and Crosby Kemper Collection
Gift of the William T. Kemper Charitable Trust
1997.13.3a–b
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Painter and printmaker Juarez created the suite They Entered the Road to honor the memories of five of his intimates: his sister, her daughter, and three close friends who died of AIDS. The five immense paintings are spectacles of the wonder, enchantment, and peace we may derive from the natural world. Juarez creates sites of ethereal grace where nature's abundance–flowers, fruits and natural materials–may encourage us to reflect on our passage through the physical world into another.