“When you first buy art, you start buying many disparate items and as your knowledge and taste becomes more sophisticated, you realize that there should be a focus. I decided to build a collection of Latino and Hispanic art which could be left as a cultural legacy to some organization that would make it available to Hispanics in general.”
– Juan Antonio Sandoval Jr.
From How a UTEP Librarian Became a Latino Art Collector Originally published November 14, 2014 By Kristopher Rivera / UTEP News Service
The Life and Experiences in the U.S./Mexico Borderlands
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