In under three minutes, Rafael Romero outlines the lengthy 1886 voyage along the Orinoco River undertaken by explorer Jean Chaffanjon and artist Auguste Morisot. Morisot’s documentary sketches and photos create a retrospective travelogue.
In Tegus—the affectionate nickname for Tegucigalpa—you can watch the sunset from Picacho Hill or listen to the guitarist Guayo Cedeño; but to be transported to the city’s past, drink a few Calambres at Tito Aguacate. More
One of the questions we are most often asked at the CPPC is about where the collection may be seen. Now you can see the location of our artworks on the interactive map we’ve developed to help you follow the collection as it travels the globe! More