Works from The Art Museum of the Americas’ Permanent Collection
José Goméz Sicre's tenure began in 1946 with what was then known as the Pan-American Union (PAU) and renamed in 1948 as the Organization of American States (OAS). His forty-five years of service resulted in an extensive legacy of exhibitions, publications, historic archives, documentary films, and a museum with an unsurpassed permanent collection of modern and contemporary Latin American and Caribbean art.
Organization of American States
Secretariat for Hemispheric Affairs
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