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The gallery team


Lissy is the oldest daughter of Augusto Marín. She worked side by side with her father in producing and designing all publications for his two retrospectives at the Museo de Las Américas (1995) and the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico (2003) in San Juan. In 2010 she established the Fundación de las Artes Augusto Marín in San Juan, Puerto Rico to help preserve the legacy of prominent Puerto Rican artists and to develop expositions and publications in order to promote their art and cultural contributions. Lissy is a prolific artist who - like her father - enjoys working with mixed media to create art. One of her passions is to transform existing objects, and to give them new meaning and function. Lissy has over four decades of experience in conceptualizing and developing creative public relations events, as a graphic designer and visual artist. She headed her own agency, San Juan-based Marín Creative Group, for two decades. Lissy is the owner of Everyday Objects of Art, LLC, her personal business and brand that is currently in development in Florida.


Alfredo Marín-Carle is the brother of Lissy Marín and second son of Augusto Marín. When he was still a boy, his family moved from New York City to San Juan, Puerto Rico, where Marín-Carle studied art at the Instituto de Cultura de Puerto Rico, Escuela de Artes Plásticas. During this period he was influenced by his father, Augusto Marín, who was also his teacher at the at the Escuela de Artes Plásticas. His close relationship with his father also played an important role in the growth of his own love for art. He earned a BFA from Wayne State University in Detroit, and an MFA from the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. After finishing his MFA, Marín-Carle embarked on an artistic journey while also beginning his career as a professor at Ball State University. Marin-Carle's work has been exhibited in the United States and abroad, winning him numerous awards and recognitions. His work can be found in public and private collections. You can view and purchase his work at his website:


Jorge Rivera Marín is the grandson of Augusto Marín. He is the site and social media manager for the store, a trained historian, and a California-based writer. Jorge holds a B.A. in History from the University of Chicago and an M.A. in History from Cornell University. He currently splits his time between Los Angeles and San Francisco.

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